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Who’s who (and what’s what) on the cover of the POZ at 25 anniversary book.
The POZ founder reflects on creating an important community voice with the potential to change the course of the lives of our readers.
POZ’s editor-in-chief on the persistence of POZ magazine.
April/May 1994 - April/May 2019
HIV activist Pedro Zamora, 50 influential AIDS policymakers, home HIV testing kits and more
Larry Kramer, spotlighting the needs of women living with HIV, a giving guide to AIDS service organizations and more
Magic Johnson, the top 50 AIDS researchers, Jeff Getty’s transplant of baboon bone marrow cells and more
Elizabeth Taylor, ACT UP’s 10th anniversary, legal battles faced by people with HIV and more
Sean Strub’s drug holiday, HIV in prison, Treatment Action Group’s Mark Harrington and more
AIDS in Africa, Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis, POZ’s fifth anniversary and more
The increasing mastery over the virus is one of humanity’s crowning achievements.
Our esteem for their HIV activism—from the red carpet to beyond—is a constant.
POZ writers and artists have thrived at the magical intersection of lived experience and boundless talent.
Amplifying the voices of people on the front lines of the fight against HIV
New testing options for drug resistance, remembering Stephen Gendin, an HIV voting guide for the presidential candidates and more
HIV and addiction, special report on structured treatment interruptions, recapping 20 years of the epidemic and more
Kami, the HIV-positive muppet, the problems with protease inhibitors, treatment trials and tribulations in Uganda and more
Angels in America comes to HBO, pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV transmission, salvage therapy and more
Exploring “the down low”, the scoop on entry inhibitors, the revival of The Normal Heart and more
The future of immune-based therapies, the Campaign to End AIDS, HIV in the South and more
35 Ones to Watch, the duo behind AIDSmeds.com, Bono launches (RED) and more
The benefits of pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP, the age-old debate about when to start treatment, the lack of sex ed in schools and more
The state of AIDS in Puerto Rico, the push for a National HIV/AIDS Strategy, raising money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and more
The 15th anniversary of POZ, an ode to Martin Delaney of Project Inform, the latest on vaccine research and more
Twenty-five advocates share what POZ means to them.
Our annual list celebrates advocates committed to the fight against HIV/AIDS
Black AIDS Institute launches its Greater Than AIDS campaign, the Affordable Care Act passes, cure research and more
Timothy Brown is the first man cured of HIV, mail-order medication, stigma and discrimination in the South and more
The International AIDS Conference returns to the United States, HIV criminalization, How to Survive a Plague and more
Remembering activist Spencer Cox, navigating treatment as prevention, the POZ 100 spotlights unsung heroes and more
The first annual HIV is Not a Crime conference, long-acting antiretrovirals may soon be a reality, Sean Strub’s memoir Body Counts and more
The future of medical marijuana, the POZ 100 celebrates long-term survivors, HIV and military service and more
Charlie Sheen discloses he is HIV positive, spotlighting HIV in the South, undetectable equals untransmittable and more
HIV and aging, HIV buddy programs the aftermath of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting and more
HIV and Native Americans, the 25th anniversary of the Life Ball, an essay on why AIDS-related deaths persist and more
Portraits of AIDS activists, a U=U pullout poster, a profile of founder Sean Strub and more
POZ.com offers members of the HIV community opportunities to come together to share their stories, experiences and expertise.
In 1994, activist Sean Strub started a magazine to amplify the voices of people living with HIV.
A list of the staff and freelancers who have appeared on the past 25 years of mastheads