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POZ August 2001

POZ August 2001

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

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Gimme A Break! Whether your doc likes it or not, Structured Treatment Interruptions are on the verge.

Whether your doc likes it or not, Structured Treatment Interruptions are on the verge.

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Too Close for Comfort: Single HIVer looking for love but struggling with intimacy issues.

Single HIVer looking for love but struggling with intimacy issues. Sound familiar? Don't blame the virus.

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On an Off Trial: Itchin' to take a drug break? Wanna add to collective STI knowledge?

Itchin' to take a drug break? Wanna add to collective STI knowledge? Check out one of these clinical trials.

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Publisher's Letter

Thoughts of living forever once came naturally to me.

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Mailbox

What we need from Strub and others is international solidarity, not trans-Atlantic shrieks of despair.

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Got Asylum?

He’s called the thai elián. Phanupong Khaisri, age 3, is a super-cutie rescued from the jaws of death.

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Dogma Doo

Islamic delegates threatened a walkout at the United Nation’s historic three-day world assembly on AIDS.

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Bad Ad Fad

I sometimes have sex with other guys,” say two new poster dudes for a Bronx-based gay hotline.

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Highest Court On Weed: Did the Supreme Court blow smoke about medical marijuana?

Did the Supreme Court blow smoke about medical marijuana?

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Obit: Robert C. Randall

Pop of Patient Pot

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The Tour de France

Wherever Felix goes, the sun shines.

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Center Stage

Dancers’ careers are notoriously brief and catch as catch can.

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Drama Queens

Now you can watch full-grown queers act just as deliciously juvenile as the hormonally charged kids on The Real World.

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Lipo Ladies

Women earn 78 cents for every buck a man makes, but, hey, girls, you make up for it in…lipo.

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Her So Good

Despite its ho-hum title, the new federally funded Guide to the Clinical Care of Women With HIV is the best bet for the bedsides of wise...

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Playing for Time

The promising new anti-HIV drug tenofovir DF (disoproxil fumarate) is ready for its FDA close-up.

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Herb Blurb

Valerian

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Hurry Up, PEP, It's Time!

It’s no morning-after pill.

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Is Less More in Safe-Sex Ed?

Do “behavior modification” strategies aimed at motivating gay men to reduce their risk of contracting STDs work better than a slogan and.....

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Combo Condom

A new University of North Carolina study shows that cocktail-taking viral newbies drop to undetectable in two to six months.

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Pregger Rap

Survey shows women in HIV belief in AZT dramatically decreasing mom-to-baby transmission

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Pocket Money

The FBI suspects that South Dallas Texan AIDS clinic of misspending tens of thousands of federal dollars meant for poor African Americans.

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Good Company

African gold-mine giant TauTona announced free HAART to worker with AIDS, paid by parent Anglo American PLC.

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20 Years And Counting

Been under a rock? POZ recaps the auspicious anniversary of AIDS

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Missing in Action

Bush's new gay AIDS head is out of sight, out of mind. Doug Ireland asks, Czar No. 4, where are you?

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Memo From Hell

The planet's positive poor are AIDS Inc.'s next boom market. Emily Carter intercepts an internal affair.

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Material Girl

Is plastic a posititves girl's best friend? River Huston discovers the wonders (and woes) of retail therapy.

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Snap Shots: Joe Westmoreland

The punk rocker-turned-writer has a debut novel, Tramps Like Us, and a new clutter-free life. 

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