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POZ April 2007

POZ April 2007

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

Features

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Getting On (and off)

People over 50 have long accounted for at least 10% of new HIV infections. In the Viagra era, do we have a golden opportunity to talk seniors...

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Kramer vs. Kramer

Polarizing ACT UP co-founder Larry Kramer faces a new generation of activists. Can he teach them a thing or two?

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Mature Content

Two positive men, William Woodworth and Rodger Brooks, swap stories on aging with HIV—and give the younger set a piece of their mind

Living

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Dazed and Confused

Forgot where you parked? Your mother's maiden name? Relax: You probably aren't on the road to dementia

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Worth a Shot

A vaccine against cancer-causing strains of HPV is approved only for young women. Some HIV positive men are shelling out for it anyway

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Read My Lipids

A new combo therapy—for cholesterol, too

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High Definition-APRIL 2007

Oncogenic (än•ko•je•nik) adj. Hardly photogenic, it means “causing tumors.&r

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You Go!

This vacation season, bid farewell to hidden HIV travel costs 

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Gag Reflex

If humor heals, why aren't positive people laughing at HIV yet? 

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Couples Therapy

A dreamy first date with New York's Gay Men's Health Crisis turns into a lifelong affair

Talking

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Top Secret

A mysterious blogger says he lures his many partners to ditch condoms. Is he for real? And does it matter?

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Death in Dixie

Why South Carolinians are literally dying to get HIV meds

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Iraqi Pullout

Baghdad boots positive foreigners

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And for Our Next Act...

Will the new Congress do right by Ryan White?

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Border Line Prevention

Mapping Bush's change to the immigration ban

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Almost Legal

ACT UP New York, which helped invent AIDS activism, turns 20

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Turning Heads

Memphis hairstylists trim away stigma 

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Mission Control

“Black America, we have a problem.” The opening words of Not In My Family: AIDS in the A

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The Itch Is Back

Julian Aynsley's treatment dilemma: a higher CD4 count makes his skin crawl

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Flags of a Father

As Scott Daly's son ships off to Iraq, war's gaunt face seems terribly familiar

etc.

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Mailbox-April 2007

Southern ExposureI really loved December’s feature “35 Ones to Watch.” I was pleas

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Catch of the Month-April 2007

“Sexcwes79”, 27Waipahu, HIDiagnosed 2003Does “sexcwes79” mean that you are s

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Editor's Letter-April 2007

Fight Club

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