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POZ August-September 1995

POZ August-September 1995

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

Feature

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The Lady Is a Champ

Actress/Lawyer/Activist Ilka Tanya Payán fights for the glamorous life

Inside the Issue

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Women on the Verge

The needs of HIV positive women are not being addressed

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Expecting the Worst

One thing gets policymakers interested in in the lives of women with HIV -- pregnancy

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Time Trials

Former CEO Linda Grinberg fights to speed-up drug approval

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Heaven Can Wait

Atlanta evangelist Denise Kahn changes her world

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Writing Wrongs

Tory Dent's poems express the unique feelings of a woman with HIV

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Nonoxynol? Nein!

Vaginal microbicides may do more harm than good

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The Perez Family

Charles and Rosie Perez deliver HIV test results on TV -- muy differently

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No Relief for Gay Men of Color

The CDC issued a wake up call to HIV prevention groups when it released statistics showing the rate

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S.O.S.

Until Bill Clinton finds courage, we must withhold support

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Putting the Dis in Disability

A U.S. Court of Appeals rules that asymptomatic people with HIV are not disabled

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ER Hath A Way With AIDS

Eight of last season's 25 episodes featured HIV

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Start Making Sense

Stop placing short-term individual need over long-term benefit for all

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Mama's Boy

I was trying to think of a way not to sound trite when I wrote this, but I just can't: I love my mother.

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An Effort for A

Could vitamin A be a cheap, safe way to reduce mother to infant HIV transmission?

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Hades Home Journal

A week in the life of Kiki: Deadlines, dosages, doobage and careful menu selections

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