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I am grateful today to be alive.
While HAART remains the main course of any treatment menu for CMC, experimental approaches may be useful on the side or even alone.
RE: The AIDS Agenda
Two of Bush’s cabinet nominees could make a major dent in HIVers’ lives.
The anti-HIV drug ddI -- didanosine, sold as Videx -- faces a watershed in October when its 10-year license expires.
“It’s been 13 years since we met at the Paper Moon Club in San Antonio.“
Whether you have a hot-and-heavy honey at home, a part-time play-pal or just your own handy hand this Valentine’s Day, treat yourself.
Those Midwestern winters are tough to survive.
Researchers debate about a theory about the origin of HIV
Andrew Vélez travels back in time with an old friend
Frank Pizzoli ducks behind the White House drapes
Michelle Tan dives into the “awareness” buzz bin
“An Early Frost led to nothing. When we did it, we thought that TV would be a lot more open dealing with AIDS and gay people.”
At one point in Bernard Cooper’s Guess Again, a lonely artist at a party decides to paint a “diagram” of the subtle lines of feeling that...
Conventional AIDS wisdom was fuzzy (but not warm) in 1987.
Alex Waters has several strikes against him -- he’s a young black man in jail, and he has AIDS.
Hector Soriano constructed this AIDS ofrenda as a spin on the altars traditionally erected for Dia de los Muertos.
“Medicine by headline” sucks. Take it from KS kisser Sean O. Strub.
A mantra a day can keep the doctor away. Diane Goldner explains why to try a dose of meditation with your meds.
A trend among drug companies is to market already-approved anti-HIV drugs in adherence-friendlier formulations.
This just in: Kissing can spread the virus that causes Kaposi’s sarcoma. But is the news’ bark worse than its bite?
When HIVers hear the phrase cocktail hour, we reach for our frosty glasses of vodka with little paper parasols. If only!
It was love at first sight -- until his Mouth Odor blinded her. But Nurse’s oral fixatives save this marriage.
A new test of drug levels in the blood is a must-have to make the most of your regimen.
Many HIVers testify the practice of spirituality lends them the faith, hope and clarity necessary to thrive in times of crisis.
Beth Hastie dishes with Amber Hollibaugh about real-live lesbian AIDS, old boys clubs and her dangerous new book.
Turning 40 can be a wicked wrinkle in time. But having HIV has turned River Huston’s midlife crisis into a piece of cake.
When Dominic Hamilton-Little lost his Fire Island virginity last summer, he found himself meditating on family, friendship, love and lipo.
I congratulate POZ on having the courage and honesty to print LeRoy Whitfield’s article.
Using Day-Glo paints, felt-tip pens, city sidewalks and his own bad-boy but beguiling imagination, Haring made his name as the ’80s top...
The American Academy of HIV Medicine, a new group of AIDS clinicians, announced that it has recruited 500 doctors serving about 100,000...
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...
Six positive believers on faith, hope, and survival
If God had AIDS, would our religious institutions show more love?
Forgot your own name? Join the club.
When your liver goes South, an organ transplant may be your final destination. Mark takes us along on his partner Vinny’s journey to get one