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POZ February 1999

POZ February 1999

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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They Shoot Barebackers, Don't They?

Tony Valenzuela is AIDS activism's most misunderstood man.

Inside the Issue

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A Ride on the Wild Side

An HIV negative prevention activist goes through the latex looking glass to discover who's doing it raw, and why

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Secrets & Lies

Telling kids they have HIV is a parent's nightmare

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Brain Drain

For those with nasty neurologic infection PML, the news is hope

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All in the Family

Photographer Steve Hart finds love and despair in the South Bronx

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Is Stoning Next?

Judge orders hustler to air HIV on TV

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Tee'd Off

School nixes safe-sex shirt

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Say What

Déjà Vu"Kids Innocent Victims in AIDS Fight" -- AP headline, October 17

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Heart to HAART

How to find love in an epidemic

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S.O.S.

“Safer Barebacking” is in the grassroots, take-charge-of-your-own-life tradition pioneered by Michael Callen.

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To the Editor

Getting Even With StephenThe November 1998 Sick and Tired column by Stephen Gendin was revolting (&l

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POZarazzi: Stardust Memories

Movers, shakers and troublemakers

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The Stiles Files

For the past year, POZ has tracked the shoddy treatment of prisoners with HIV in the Lone Star State

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You've Got Mail!

E-mail junkies short-circuited last fall when the following live-wire hit the Net, supplying ammo to

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Ad of the Month: Oh, Good Lords!

“Making love is a beautiful thing. Dying for it is stupid, stupid, stupid,” said actress

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Cry Cannabis

Oakland draws a line in the sand

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An Affair to Remember

...for all the wrong reasons

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Techno Truth

Adherence is easier said than done

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POZ Planet: Vital Stats

Just in time for World AIDS Day, UNAIDS and the World Health Organization issued a grim report on th

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Behind the Eight Ball

CD8 cells take center stage as research aims for remission

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Voter Fraud

The new “nice” Congress looks even nastier than Newt's

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Show & Tell

HEARTTHROBS

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POZ Picks

PICK OF THE LITTERLadies & Gentlemen: The Best of George MichaelGeorge MichaelEpic RecordsPlenty

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Northern Disclosure

Canadian Supreme Court upholds criminalizing HIVers for consensual sex 

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The Wizard of Roz

Rosalind Moore-Bey could save souls 

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Obits

Rick Hanenburg, who died of AIDS August 13 in Atlanta, “was a unique man—well-bred, well

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Ever Laughter

Our hemo stud is looking for Drew love on Cupid's Day

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A River Ran Through Him

A tale of two columnists

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One Toke Over the Line

Many PWAs struggle with the nausea, vomiting and suppressed appetite—sometimes leading to dang

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Talk Therapy

Come to terms with treatment strategies

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New Drug Watch

A new nuke, a gen-two protease and more

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The Party's Still On

Call it a parallel universe: While here at POZ we’re busy barking about all the problems of th

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The “No Nukes” Movement

First the bad news. Some nuked-out PWAs pinning their hopes on abacavir (Ziagen), Glaxo Wellcome&rsq

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Vits Help the Rits Go Down

If you use ritonavir (Norvir), taking vitamins may increase your ability to tolerate the drug, Rhode

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Female Trouble

A new study adds to the mounting evidence that when it comes to the biology of HIV, sex matters. Joh

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Not My Type

Stephen Gendin's genotypic and phenotypic tests show resistance to most HIV meds

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Where to Find It

 “Oh, Lords”Get Mike Ruiz’s new coffee-table book of celebrity anti-AIDS PSAs

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Big Daddy

Michael Kearns left Hollywood, embraced fatherhood and never looked back

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Aunt Evelyn's Letters

New Yorker Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, wrote duri

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Verse: Eulogy for Brad

I dreamed you hadn’t died.I saw you freckled and pale(I guess it was the Irish in   

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