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POZ April 2000

POZ April 2000

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

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Alternatives 2000

Blame it one the record economy, millennial fever or the stars, but a moment of spiritual chic is upon us.

Inside the Issue

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The Most Dangerous AIDS Reporter

Her renegade coverage had the AIDS world screaming bloody murder.

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Careers

Former Congress member Ron Dellums (D-Calif.) was nominated to head the President Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.

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Trials

Since his July 1997 POZ cover story, HIV positive former boxer Tommy Morrison has been in and out of jail.

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Give a Dame

Amid a flurry of Y2K-inspired rumors of an engagement to Michael Jackson, amfAR's founding chair, Elizabeth Taylor, was awarded the honorary t...

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Mom's Needle Point

Through a balmy December and a bitter January, this ad from New York City's Positive Health Project ran in 2,000 of the Big Apple's public bus...

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Mailbox

Given that POZ is a multicultural magazine, your portrayal of employment bliss for HIVers was disappointing.

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Gays Need Not Apply

With the nation's  blood supply at critical lows the last thing you'd expect at a blood drive is a velvet rope.

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Ana Gets Analyzed

Ana Oliveira brought her rep in the Latina and lesbian communities to GMHC. The executive director chats with POZ.

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Supremes Reunion

The nation’s highest court kicked off the New Year with two rulings that limit the rights of HIVers.

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POS/NEG

Researchers found that coupons helped sell condoms in British Columbia, Canada drugstores.

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Catching Up With...Brian Heater 

(POZ August 1998)

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You've Got AIDS

They all look alike at first glance—big, flashy websites with more bells and whistles than you could ever bookmark.

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Bookmark This

Top website picks from our net-savvy staffers.

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Letter From Dreamland

They switched meds on me recently. And since one causes insomnia, I take sleeping pills.

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Battle At Immunesburg

POZ asked 16-year-old HIVer Justin LiGreci to submit a journal entry detailing first period to eighth period in his New York high school.

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The Tools Of The Trade

Spend a night with John Sharpshandler, and you’ll see why he’s the Martha Stewart of needle exchange.

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Milestones

Twenty-four years ago, Dick literally walked through a door and into the wacky world of San Francisco politics.

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Cheap Veep

At the United Nations, Al Gore scores a PR winner with his walk-on commitment to the global AIDS crisis. According to Doug Ireland, the vice p...

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On The Runs

Meds made a mess of his intestines and self-esteem. Now, with this Diarrhea Diary, former slave to the porcelain Stephen Gendin shares his dir...

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Choose Me

There's a fortune in them there alternative therapies, and the market is as unregulated as the wild West. What's a consumer to do?

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The Case of Missing Cofactors

“HIV is not the sole cause of AIDS” is an idea whose time has come and gone and come again.

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Don't Buy The HIV Lie

Former HEAL members who believed that HIV is harmless learn that they were wrong—the hard way.

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Like A Prayer

Laying on of hands,“ focused intention” and other spiritual techniques are getting scientific support. Believe it or not.

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Comfort Zone

I’m a daily user of complementary therapies for HIV—everything from vitamins to magical sachets—and a dyed-in-the-wool downers devotee.

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You Are What You Eat

Mom's advice to “take your vitamins” goes double for HIVers who want to feel better and live longer?

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Curb The Herb

Women with the double whammy of HIV and recurrent genital herpes have been known to roll their eyes when advised to avoid stress.

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Herb Of The Month

Echinacea

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Organ Grinders

New studies are fine-tuning our knowledge of HAART side effects.

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What's The Alternative?

Some sources are treasure-troves, others sound like snake-oil salesmen. Our red-ribbon panel lists its faves.

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No Roman Holiday

The plop and fizz for Caesar-sized heartburn  By Greg Lugliani

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Proud Of Our Blood

In Haiti, san sal (“dirty blood”) is a mortal insult: It means your bad deeds are the inevitable result of your bad blood.

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