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POZ April 2001

POZ April 2001

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

Feature

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Geography Lessons

With AIDS meds costing all the tea in China, why are they so cheap in India? Fluconazole's no fluke.

Inside the Issue

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Mo' Money, Mo' Trouble

The black emergency, new greenbacks and lots of red tapeAfter months of political push-and-shove, Af

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Cold Sore Comfort

That pesky herpes-simplex virus may pack an extra punch for HIVers, but knockdown drugs can keep outbreaks at bay -- and may stop a lethal A...

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THE BIZ OF AID$

Dealing with AIDS -- and AIDS Inc. -- isn't fun and games. Here's a practice round for the rea

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Living Large on Small Change

Age: 45; Tested positive: 1988; Diagnosed with AIDS: 1996; Parent of three,

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O Pioneer!

Or how a fired-up dental hygienist turned his walking papers into marching orders.

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Going Dental

It's enough to give the tooth fairy a cavity. Dentists and PWAs share a history that's more complica

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Vax Attack

After spending a decade in a news hole, developments in vaccine R&D are replicating faster you c

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¡La Emergencia!

They say that all politics is local, and this winter New York City's Latino community proved that.

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Monette & Merrill

"Two Deaths, Two Lives" By J.D. McClatchyUniversity of Wisconsin PressWe have seen the be

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Normal, New Jersey

The World of Normal Boys By K.M. SoehnleinKensington Books, New York City282 pages, $22Th

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Briefs

Make room on your bookshelf during spring cleaning: The 800-plus-page Encyclopedia of AIDS

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Milestones

DEATHSGary Bonasorte, 45, a playwright and founder of the Community Research Initiative on AIDS, die

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Quickies

CAREERS: Frosh Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) won a seat on the elite Health, Education, Labor a

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Money Pit

If your bills are outpacing your CD4 count, Becky Minnich has the answer to the health-wealth equation.

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Cryptic 'Script

Owing in part to the famously illegible chicken scrawl of many physicians, pharmaceutical foul-ups are on the rise.

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Don't Meth Around

Anti-heroin and anti-HIV meds get along about as well as Mariah and Whitney -- hardly at all.

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AAT Ease

Wouldn't it be poetic justice if the blood in which HIV swims turned out to be the source of a ma

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Two Strikes

It's double-whammy time for the non-nuke nevirapine (Viramune). Already known to cause potentiall

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LTNP? UB2

Can drugs control HIV sans drugs? Bruce Walker shoots a vaccine into the sky

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Is N-9 Deep-Sixed?

The spermicide is getting a lot of attention these days -- and none of it good. Julie Hantman does the math.

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Action Zero

AIDS Action's ex-head blasts "The National Voice on AIDS" as a lobby that lip-services PWAs.

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Mary MAC'd

For Leroy Whitfield, there's something about Mary J. Blige. But is she using her star power for the people?

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Murphy's Law Breaker

Shots in the Dark, an AIDS-vaccine saga, has it all: mysteries and scandals, best intentions and worst-case scenarios. Walter Armstrong talk...

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Editor's Letter

"The primary goal of anyone working in AIDS who cares about PWA's should be to lose their job," scre

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Mailbox

Bum WrapAs a reporter who has been covering the AIDS epidemic since 1981, I was appalled that POZ's

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04.09.84 The Waters of Babylon

Puritanical, self-loathing gays vs. suicidal advocates of extreme sex: Much mud was slung in the San

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Conflicts in Pharmaland

It takes a lot to be an informed consumer in the age of combination therapy. Frank Pizzoli asks what we don't know about the drugs we take -...

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