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POZ December 2012

POZ December 2012

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-Accelerating the End of AIDS

The 2012 POZ 100 recognizes people who have made a significant contribution to speeding up the end of AIDS.

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The POZ 100-The Seekers

Accelerating the End of AIDS

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The POZ 100-The Hunters

Accelerating the End of AIDS

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The POZ 100-The Defenders

Accelerating the End of AIDS

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The POZ 100-The Soldiers

Accelerating the End of AIDS

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The POZ 100-Cure All Glossary

A glossary of need-to-know cure terminology

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Love is the Cure

When it comes to the fight against HIV, the founder of the Elton John AIDS Foundation believes we need allies, not enemies.

From the Editor

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More Than a Feeling

As an openly HIV-positive gay Latino, I know how difficult it can be to come out and to live your life with dignity and hope.

Feedback

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Letters-December 2012

Overcoming TraumaThe article “Healing the Hurt” (September 2012) examined the link betwe

The POZ Q+A

Towards an HIV Cure

Researcher and clinician Steven G. Deeks, MD, explains the cure science and gives us reasons for hope.

POZ Planet

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A Very Big Kiki

Vogueing is still in fashion—and so is HIV prevention. Both shared the runway at the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) annual House of Late...

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Russians Deploy 'Google Bombs'

When the Russian Ministry of Health failed to procure HIV meds for its citizens, Alexandra Volgina “Google bombed” the ministry.&n...

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Home Alone

Over-the-counter HIV tests: helpful or harmful?

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Say What-Paris Hilton

“Gay guys are the horniest people in the world. They’re disgusting. Dude, most of them p

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Back to School

A roundup of sexual education in the news.

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What's a Buyers' Club? Matthew Knows.

Matthew McConaughey has morphed from studly stripper to scary skinny to play real-life Texan Ron Woodroof, the rebellious figure who started T...

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iPad Video Game to Teach HIV Prevention Skills

What's new in Elm City?

Voices

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Tried and True

The support of family and friends is indispensable for all of us, but it's especially so for people with HIV/AIDS, who often deal with rejecti...

Care and Treatment

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One a Day to Keep Heart Attacks Away?

Aspirin. It's inexpensive, widely available and may reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes among people living with HIV, but it's not be...

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One Form to Rule Them All

For uninsured HIV-positive people with low incomes, applying for free or discounted HIV meds just got a little bit easier.

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Stribild is Here

Formerly known as the Quad, the single-tablet regimen Stribild was approved in late August and landed on pharmacy shelves soon thereafter.&nbs...

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T-Totaller

Hypogonadism, or low T, is common in men with the virus and can cause problems like fatigue, depression and bone loss.

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Nature's Little Helpers

A group of plant chemicals is being eyed by Johns Hopkins University (JHU) researchers for its ability to protect brain function in people liv...

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GMHC Treatment Issues December 2012

Redefining EAPs for Patients with MDR-HIV

Research Notes

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Prevention: Selzentry Is PrEP Contender

Is Selzentry (maraviroc) the next best pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, for HIV-negative individuals looking to avoid contracting the virus?

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Treatment: Dolutegravir Shows Promise

Dolutegravir, the once-daily integrase inhibitor that doesn't require boosting, continues to leave a trail of encouraging news on its path to...

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Cure: Curious Cohort on Early Treatment

A group of HIV-positive French individuals—14 at last count—may be yet another piece of the cure puzzle.

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Concerns: Fewer Comebacks From Heart Attacks

HIV-positive people who experience a heart attack and require hospitalization are more likely to die, compared with those not living with the...

POZ Survey Says

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Healthy Technology

Mobile and digital information technology can help health care providers and patients in many ways.

POZ Heroes

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Breaking Bad Cycles

In 2002, Ken Harvin was living in Summerton, South Carolina, helping develop statewide public charte

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