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POZ December 2019

POZ December 2019

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

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The POZ 100

The POZ 100: Celebrating Transgender, Gender-Nonconforming and Nonbinary Advocates

The 10th annual POZ 100 celebrates TGNCNB advocates who are making a difference in the fight against the HIV/AIDS.

POZ 100 Trans Visibility

The POZ 100: A-C

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

JD Davids

The POZ 100: D-H

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

Dominique Jackson

The POZ 100: J-L

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

Monique Mackey

The POZ 100: M

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

Our Lady J

The POZ 100: O-R

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

Hailie Sahar

The POZ 100: S-T

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

Jonathan Van Ness

The POZ 100: V-X

The 2019 POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary.

25 years of Personal Stories POZ

25 Years of Personal Stories

Amplifying the voices of people on the front lines of the fight against HIV

Editor’s Letter

Oriol R. Gutierrez

People Have the Power

What we have in common as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is greater than what we do not.

POZ Q+A

Marissa Miller

Trans Power

The lead organizer of the first National Trans Visibility March on DC urges action by HIV advocates in 2020.

POZ Planet

Through Positive Eyes

Selfies Fighting Stigma

People with HIV make their own artistic statement in the photo-storytelling project “Through Positive Eyes.”

POZ December 1999

POZ at 25 — December

A look at December issues from the POZ archives

Plans to End the Epidemic

An overview of strategies and successes

Everyday

Everyday — December 2019

Here are some important dates in AIDS history.

Voices

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All of Us?

Andrew Spieldenner, PhD, vice chair of the U.S. People Living With HIV Caucus, asks where folks with the virus fit in.

Spotlight

Trans Equality

Social media highlights from the first Nationals Trans Visibility March on DC

Care And Treatment

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Extensive Drug Resistance is Rare

Researchers attribute the decline in multidrug-resistant virus, which began in 2004, to newer, highly potent antiretrovirals.

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HIV’s Ties to Age-Related Illnesses

Investigators conducted a review of 20 studies covering 55 health outcomes, looking for those associated with HIV.

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Treat Opioid Addiction, Prevent Hep C Reinfection

Researchers followed people with a drug-injection history who had been cured of hepatitis C and were receiving addiction treatment.

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Focusing on Trans Women’s Needs

Factors such as mental health and food security were associated with higher rates of successful HIV treatment among trans women.

Research Notes

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Prevention: PrEP, Take Two

The Food and Drug Administration approves once-daily Descovy for PrEP.

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Treatment: 2-Month Dosing

Long-acting injectables may be given once every other month, according to new findings.

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Concerns: Youth Adherence

A long-term study sought to determine which factors help predict low adherence among young people with the virus.

dna

Cure: Mutation Protection

A key mutation protected humans against simian HIV for millennia.

Heroes

Global Impact

George Ayala advocates globally for men who have sex with men.

Survey

When to Tell

Digital Edition

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