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POZ December 1996-January 1997

POZ December 1996-January 1997

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

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Cheese and Crackers

You can take the boy out of small-town Virginia...but when that boy is Shawn Decker, don't even try to take away anything else

Inside the Issue

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Blood from a Stone

People with HIV and hemophilia will be ignored no more

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A World Drenched in Blood

In 1982, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) established that AIDS is a blood-borne disease.

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The Bride Wore White

A community gathers to fulfill a six-year-old's wedding dreams

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Life After Ryan

Jeanne White inherits the spotlight

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Dream Team

Terry Stogdell passes the activist torch to daughter Desiree

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Unmasked Avenger

For Dana Kuhn, activism is the way, the truth and the light

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S.O.S.

HIV positive people with hemophilia are seeking reparations; perhaps others should follow suit

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Mailbox

Your thoughts on our November 1996 issue.

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Special Delivery

Drops for dirty works keep streets clean

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Tattoo Hullabaloo

Ohio says tattoo people with HIV

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Dirty Sticks, Dirty Tricks

Gay inmates in Chile allege medics infected them with HIV

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Best Little U.S. AIDS Hospital

Despite a "more challenging" patient population, San Francisco General Hospital has topped U.S. News

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Blow It Dry

New safe-sex toys for kids of all ages

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Desert Flora Has Anti-HIV Aura

Chaparral also slapped with bad rap by FDA

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DOT's the Limit

Health head's forced-compliance blunder infuriates activists

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Murder by Member

Alleged rapist with HIV charged with attempted murder

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Milk and Money

Mothers in impoverished nations face "tragic" choice

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Stoned in a Park

Bill will mark park a national AIDS monument

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By Any Peer Necessary

Second-generation prevention does the trick

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Obituaries

Timothy Ables, 41, died of AIDS August 27 in London. A successful model and film reviewer, he develo

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Dubin's List

The president of the Committe of Ten Thousand reports from the holocaust

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Blood Money

Settlement offers big payout but small compensation

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Taxi-cum-Pro

King of New York City's streets, Chris Lynn wheels, deals and scene-steals

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If the Birds Come

If the birds come and take you away from me;and they will;if the earth parts and we fall inclutching

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POZ Picks-December 1996/January 1997

Sights and sounds-The best in AIDS-related books, music, multimedia and theater

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Home of the Brave

A family's courage in a country of cowards

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POZ Biz-December 1996/January 1997

Rent Destabilized?Miramax moves in on the Broadway hit's film rights only to be evicted by its produ

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Tribute-December 1996/January 1997

A look back at the ever zany, never lazy, world of playwright Scott McPherson

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Patrick Webb's Adventures With Punchinello

Inspired by the clowns of Italian commedia dell'arte, Punchinello is a kind of Everyman, a hero, a darling, slightly out of touch with reality...

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Cremation Sensation

Blood feuds and the ash trade cross national borders

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Sexual Healing

Our erstwhile dominatrix trips down the road less traveled

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A Holistic Holiday How-To

At home or in the hospital, find ways to make the days your own

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Wisdom Out of Africa

A Zimbabwean PWA, herself a healer, finds holistic health care works

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And Nary a Drop to Drink

Water safety precautions for people with HIV

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Adding in the Health Factor

Finally, comprehensive guidelines for people with hemophilia and HIV

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Hitting Herpes Hard

Lystine in supplements and diet can be a helpful tool 

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Q Tip

CoQ10 is a potent antioxidant that may help T-cells function better

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Managed Care Joins Death and Taxes

The direction of health care seems inevitable-so be sure you know where you're going

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Play Your Cards Right

Credit-card insurance is available to some PWAs

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Raising Hormones

Testosterone levels may offer clues to help resolve several vexing conditions

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Deadly Cocktails

Don't use clofazimine with MAC drugs or two antihistamines with protease inhibitors

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In the Den

Henry Nicols plans his transition from Scout leader to leader of the free world

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The Dating Game

Gay? Straight? Single? Interested? Negative? Aw, skip it.Your status will weed out the phonies, at l

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