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POZ December 2011

POZ December 2011

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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The POZ 100

100 People, Things and Ideas We Love

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The POZ 100: 1 to 25

100 People, Things and Ideas We Love

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The POZ 100: 26 to 50

100 People, Things and Ideas We Love

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The POZ 100: 51 to 75

100 People, Things and Ideas We Love

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The POZ 100: 76 to 100

100 People, Things and Ideas We Love

From the Editor

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On the Road to DC

This World AIDS Day, it is time to rethink everything you thought about HIV.

Feedback

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Letters- December 2011

Positive YouthIn “All Grown Up With HIV” (September 2011), four young people living with

The POZ Q+A

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That's What Friends Are For

Dionne Warwick reprises her role as an AIDS activist.

What You Need to Know

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Promoting Safer Sex Through Occupy Wall Street?

A new poll of more than 6,000 young people from 26 countries shows that more teens are having unprotected sex. 

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Condoms Could Soon Be Legally Distributed in U.S. Prisons

Did you know that it's forbidden to distribute condoms in federal correctional facilities?

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California Authorizes Syringes Without Prescriptions

Pharmacies in California can now sell clean syringes to adults without a prescription, thus helping prevent diseases spread through injection...

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Reinterpreting the Red Ribbon

Designer Kenneth Cole has partnered with MTV's Staying Alive Foundation and amfAR to reinterpret the iconic red ribbon and launch a new celebr...

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Bipartisan Congressional HIV/AIDS Caucus Launched

U.S. Representatives Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) are the three cochairs of the newly launched C...

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Med Students Are Poorly Trained on LGBT Health

Future doctors aren't learning much about the unique health needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) patients.

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Cracking Down on Fake AIDS Cures

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has accused Immunosyn Corp., the makers of a “cure-all HIV drug” made from goat's blo...

We Hear You

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Tainted Blood Policy

Regulations instituted in 1983 by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently prohibit any man who has had male sexual contact since 1977...

What Matters to You

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Taking Back Our Lives

How people living with HIV—at high risk of suicide—vanquish thoughts of death.

Treatment News

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Can HIV Save Lives?

Sounds wacky, doesn't it?

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A New Way to Kill Viruses

A new discovery called DRACO aims to KO viruses. 

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Emergency Rooms Could Do Better at HIV Testing

Emergency rooms, where many people without health insurance go when they're sick, offer a prime opportunity to identify undiagnosed cases of H...

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Stop Brain Drain

Problem: To treat HIV-related neurological problems (such as cognitive disorder, dementia and opportunistic infections), doctors need to get d...

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Statin Drugs Reduce HIV Death Rates

Many people who take HIV meds also need to take meds called statins to control their cholesterol levels.

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Hepatitis C: More Common Than We Knew

It's estimated there are about 4 million hepatitis C cases in the United States.

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GMHC Treatment Issues December 2011

Disability and HIV: Eliminating Barriers to Sexual Health Care and EducationTo read the issue in dig

Comfort Zone

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Artfully Yours

Are you seeing red? Or is your lighthearted mood calling for glitter and feathers?

POZ Heroes

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The Princess Diary

Michelle Anderson was crowned Ms. Plus America in July 2011, making the Duncanville, Texas, resident the first known HIV-positive woman to win...

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