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POZ December 2004

POZ December 2004

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

Feature

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Detectable Rebels

HIVers who don't care about having an undetectable viral load are nuts, right?

Inside the Issue

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Now See This

To mark Day With(out) Art, POZ asked four positive artists to create works that make us think, feel and remember.

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Editor's Letter

I’m writing this two weeks before the election hoping to hell that John Kerry saves us from George W. Bush’s domestic AIDS policies.

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Mailbox

Thank you for exposing readers to the AIDS Treatment Action Coalition [ATAC]—one of the most significant new national HIV organizations.

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Down on the Pharma

A must-read exposé of the mischievous biz of greed and corruption

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Show and Tell

POZ unwraps three families to nurse your holiday spirit with love, laughter and latkes

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Pushing the Envelope

AIDS took a licking on August 28, when the U.S. Postal Service announced that tennis ace Arthur Ashe would become the first HIVer to net...

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First, the Bad News

Eight years later, a false positive tests negative.

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Milestones

In August, iconic ’70s band Queen—whose frontman, Freddie Mercury died of AIDS in 1991—became the first rockers to sell an album legally...

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Faster Forward

An LA HIVer's Saturday-night speed-dating debauchery

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Prince Valiant

Princess Diana’s AIDS legacy continues.

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POS/NEG

New York City’s Office of School Health cut condom demos from the sex-ed curricula on August 27—without explanation.

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Pregnant Pauses

One HIVer mom makes tough treatment decisions for two

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Moonlighting Statins

Can cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce your viral load, too?

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They Soothe Tootsies, Don't They?

Peripheral neuropathy (PN) numbs many an HIVer’s feet, hands or legs, making them tingle and swell, too.

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Trouble in Mind

Helping HIVers with mental or emotional issues: Treat creatively, and keep it under one roof.

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Pharm School

If you take HIV meds, you'll want to know how the drugs work—that's pharmacology. But other pharma lingo can be tough to swallow.

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View from the Top

One HIVer survives his tallest challenge yet

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