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POZ February-March 2002

POZ February-March 2002

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

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A Loving Spoonful: Girl meets boy. Boy has virus. What to do? Here’s a reality-checked guide to romancing a positive partner.

Girl meets boy. Boy has virus. What to do? Here’s a reality-checked guide to romancing a positive partner.

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Beat the Devil: Why do some med-free HIVers never get sick? New research is shining a hard-science light on stress and the mind-body mystery.

Why do some med-free HIVers never get sick? New research is shining a hard-science light on stress and the mind-body mystery.

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Drug Bust: One in three HIVers depends on ADAP for meds.

One in three HIVers depends on ADAP for meds.

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Southern Discomfort

Harassed and reviled by her former employer, Sandra Flowers is basking in the sweet smell of justice.

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The Baby Boon

HIV positive South African Sisiwe Maqungo, 29, lost her daughter Nomazizi to AIDS when the child was only 9 months old.

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Say What?

"Without a conscious and focused emphasis on the tenets inculcated in the abstinence education approach..., sexual restraint tempered...

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Fund ’n’ Games

It was simply known as “the global AIDS fund” when UN Secretary General Kofi Annan made his $10 billion challenge last April.

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Hyde and Seek

In December, International Relations Committee Chairman and conservative congressional stalwart Henry Hyde, R-Ill., led House approval of...

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SIGN OF THE TIMES

In January, this billboard, started to go up in Catholic (and AIDS) strongholds around the world, from Mexico to Kenya to the Philippines.

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Bar None

Florida Department of Corrections head med David Thomas, MD, is on a mission to boost HIV care for South Floridians behind bars.

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Test and Tell

A Tulane U. study showed that women with HIV and HIVers with CD4 counts below 200 were the most likely to reveal their status to family...

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Bike Drama

It looked like an amicable divorce when the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the LA Gay and Lesbian Center, beneficiaries of the...

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Revelations

ABC Africa, New Yorker Films, opens February

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Mighty Reels

A vibrant, new cultural intersection made the map from November 30 to December 2, when the first San Francisco Black Lesbian Gay Bisexual...

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Dramatic Exit

Theater Down Under lost a towering figure on December 7, when Richard Wherrett, legendary founding director of the Sydney Theater Company...

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Buzz Back From ICAAC

Resistance was all the rage at one of the year’s top AIDS research meetings -- but five new livers stole the show.

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7/7 Heaven

A lifetime supply of HIV meds at half the cost!

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Crib Notes

A combo platter of antiretrovirals and a common class of drugs for pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) taken during pregnancy may be...

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Garlic Press

Garlic’s famed therapeutic properties have made the bitesize bulbs hugely popular among HIV positive folks.

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HAART Start

All those mixed messages about when to begin HAART may be unmixing a bit due to new research.

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The Love Bug

How a powerful little microbe made Emily Carter really feel like celebrating Valentine’s Day

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A Boy’s Own Story

Doug Hitzel spent the end of his teens chasing HIV. Now he’s 20, positive and sorry.

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Publisher’s Letter

When I first started HIV drugs, back in December 1994, I enrolled in a clinical trial at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.

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Mailbox

According to Doug Ireland (“Darkness at Noon,” November 2001), the sky is falling and Armageddon is upon us.

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Promise

At 15, I was raped by a 23-year-old-man I was dating.

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