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POZ April 2003

POZ April 2003

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

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Putting On The Ritts

When famed photographer Herb Ritts died suddenly at 50, the media never mentioned the A-word, let alone his heroic battle against blindness.

Inside the Issue

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It Happened In April

1981: Docs in LA and New York reported the first Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) and PCP cases among gay men to the CDC.

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Good Morning, HAART Break

Flying the cocktail coop is every pill-weary HIVer's dream, but is a drug holiday right for you? 

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BABAA Black Sheep

With fed-funded AIDS groups on abstinence-only watch, a St. Louis scandal sparks a firing. 

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POS/NEG

Pakistan's religious right called for the fingerprinting and mandatory HIV testing of all American visitors.

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The Oral Majority

Score one more for no-jimmy blowjobs in the endless "Is oral sex safe?" debate. "In term

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C No Evil

What could be holding up FDA approval of much-needed generic Rebetol (ribavirin), Schering-Plough's hepatitis C drug?

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Sunday Best

A passionate practice-what-you-preach pastor gets HIV-tested in front of his flock 

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Sure Shot

Think the flu's a big wuss compared to HIV?

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Golden Gates

Soft-hearted software tycoon strikes again!

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Condom Man!

I am a superhero without superpowers. Faster than a speeding bullet? No - I'm more a man of rubber than of steel.

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Suffering Fools

What's the silliest thing anyone's said to you about the virus? HIVers recall run-ins with some real April fools

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Milestones

POZ congratulates two of our columnists on getting engaged (but not to each other).

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Toys 'R' Us

Budgets for prophylactics may go limp as federal funds shoot into abstinence-only initiatives, but the makers of the Inspiral rubber have...

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Bi'er Beware

Dykes and bi-girls skip the latex more often than gay men, said Western Kentucky University researchers who surveyed 927 young gays, bis...

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Research & Derailment

What's the real problem with patents? They knock scientific progress off track

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The Secretary

Winona Ryder will put in a quarter of her community service time at the LA-based Caring for Children and Families with AIDS.

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We Got You Covered

Do health benefits have you holding onto a lousy job, scared to lose or leave it? Follow your bliss-HIVers have a safety net out there. 

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The Bottom Line

A French study of some 1,050 HIVers found most had “better health-related quality of life” one year into HAART.

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I Want My HIV MD!

A California law sets a pro-PWA precedent

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B and Thee

Got HIV and hepatitis B?

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Safe Passage

I’m a pillar of health,” crows transgendered (TG) Bostonian Alexis Price, 37.

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Lord of the Ring

Who says serodiverse love can’t last? A few months ago, after three years with my girlfriend,

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Supercalifragilistic-lacticacidosis!

You know all those big-type HIV words that look important…but what the *#%$ do they mean?

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Protest

It's good for your health.

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On Your Mark

Sure, we all know new U.S. guidelines say you can put off HAART until your T cells hit 350.

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Zeritocracy

Doth the bell toll for Zerit, a.k.a. Bristol-Myers Squibb’s embattled nucleoside analog, d4T?

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To Kiss and Tell

Our intrepid shrink, Patrick Califia, puts three disclosure doozies on the couch                

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Fantasy Island

Leroy Whitfield gets his groove back in Jamaica-until he gives tongue    

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Mailbox

I am an HIV positive mother who has a 3-year-old negative child ["Baby Love", December 2002].

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Prophet of Boom

'80s pop star Paul “Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room) --Lekakis got the bug -- and now he's acting up a storm.

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Publisher's Letter

Back in '79, on Saturdays or Sundays, my mom would fill a plastic picnic basket with food.

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