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POZ February-March 2001

POZ February-March 2001

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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A Daily Affirmation

I am grateful today to be alive.Let me live each moment of this day attentiv

Inside the Issue

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Feed Your Head

While HAART remains the main course of any treatment menu for CMC, experimental approaches may be

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TO: President George Bush

RE: The AIDS Agenda

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Puppet Masters

Two of Bush's cabinet nominees could make a major dent in HIVers' lives. Though controversy surround

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License to ddI

The anti-HIV drug ddI -- didanosine, sold as Videx -- faces a watershed in October when its 10-year

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Longtime Companions: Tips For Two

Kevin Ponthier & Robert MacielAlexandria, LouisianaWHERE WILL I FIND LOVEKevin: "It's been 13 ye

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You Sexy Thing

Whether you have a hot-and-heavy honey at home, a part-time play-pal or just your own handy hand thi

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Indiana Jonesing

Those Midwestern winters are tough to survive. Chicago AIDS Walk-a-Thon ended the year with a $1 mil

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The Hanging CHAT

A theory about the origin of HIV -- which, if conclusively determined, could aid vaccine researchers

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A Play In the Life

Andrew Vélez travels back in time with an old friend

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You Schmooze, You Lose

Frank Pizzoli ducks behind the White House drapesThere we were in the Indian Treaty Room of the Old

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I Want My HIV

Michelle Tan dives into the "awareness" buzz bin

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Speak Out

"An Early Frost led to nothing. When we did it, we thought that TV would be a lot more open dealing

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Once and Again

Guess Again By Bernard CooperSimon & Schuster208 pages, $21At one point in Bernard Cooper

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RetroPoz

Conventional AIDS wisdom was fuzzy (but not warm) in 1987. If you didn't feel well, if you had swoll

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Redemption Song

Alex Waters has several strikes against him -- he's a young black man in jail, and he has AIDS. When

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Art from the Heart

Advocate Gallery, Los Angeles -- Hector Soriano constructed this AIDS ofrenda as a spin on the altar

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S.O.S: Mouth Off

Medicine by headline" sucks. Take it from KS kisser Sean O. Strub

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Zen at Work

A mantra a day can keep the doctor away. Diane Goldner explains why to try a dose of meditation with your meds.

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Three-Way

A trend among drug companies is to market already-approved anti-HIV drugs in adherence-friendlier fo

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Lip-Locked

This just in: Kissing can spread the virus that causes Kaposi's sarcoma. But is the news' bark worse than its bite?

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Suck It Up

Got milk? The answer can now be a life-affirming yes for HIV positive mothers in developing countrie

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Comfort Zone

Mountain View, CaliforniaWhen HIVers hear the phrase cocktail hour, we reach for our frosty glasses

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His M.O. is Her N-0

It was love at first sight -- until his Mouth Odor blinded her. But Nurse's oral fixatives save this marriage.

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Sean's Trough Luck

A new test of drug levels in the blood is a must-have to make the most of your regimen. Irish eyes have smiled on Sean's results. What about...

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Soul Survivors

Whether turning -- or returning -- to Christ, Buddha, Allah or just inward -- many HIVers testify th

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Dyke Strike

Beth Hastie dishes with Amber Hollibaugh about real-live lesbian AIDS, old boys clubs and her dangerous new book.

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A Rage to Age

Turning 40 can be a wicked wrinkle in time. But having HIV has turned River Huston's midlife crisis into a piece of cake.

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Blood Brothers

When Dominic Hamilton-Little lost his Fire Island virginity last summer, he found himself meditating on family, friendship, love and lipo. H...

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Mailbox

The Plot ThickensMuch praise to POZ for LeRoy Whitfield's "The Secret Plot to Destroy African Americ

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02.16.90 Radiant Baby

Using Day-Glo paints, felt-tip pens, city sidewalks and his own bad-boy but beguiling imagination, H

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Milestones

PARTNERSHIPS The American Academy ofHIV Medicine, a new group of AIDS clinicians, announced in Oct

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Total Discord

If you already think neggies are from Mars and pozzies are from Venus, just add dope for truly star-crossed love. Lillian Thiemann sends a mis...

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Choosing Our Religion

Six positive believers on faith, hope, and survival

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Dogma & Devotion

If God had AIDS, would our religious institutions show more love? Andy Humm looks at how the epidemic has challenged and changed the faithful.

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The Brain Drain

Forgot your own name? Join the club. It sounds nuts, but it's not: Cognitive and Motor Complex-NEVER SAY DEMENTIA!-It is hitting more and more...

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Liver Lovers

When your liver goes South, an organ transplant may be your final destination. Mark de Solla Price takes us along on his partner Vinny's journ...

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