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POZ January 1999

POZ January 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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The Fire This Time

After years of indifference, the nation's African-American leaders are finally tackling the epidemic in their midst.

Inside the Issue

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Rainey on Parade

Whether his sermon is disco, liberation theology or herbal remedies, Rev. Cheeks' message is all about healing.

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The Mayor of Market Street

San Francisco's Willie Brown talks a great AIDS line. What sets him apart? He's got the record to back it up.

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The Best, Worst & Weirdest 1998

POZ dares to look at history in the making

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Numb and Number

Painful neuropathy could become treatable, but the research just keeps creeping along.

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Love's Recovery

Rusti Miller-Hill gains momentum

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Back on His Feet

Richard Daniels' dance card is full

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Say What

“If the Christian Coalition followed its own logic, they'd be running ads urging straight women to change...”

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S.O.S.

I often think of a story I read about a man buried alive in a mining accident. He was eventually dug.

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Two Nations Under Plague

Wake up, my gay, white brothers and sisters! AIDS is ravaging people of color.

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The Black Death

AIDS in the African-American community is a public health emergency.

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To The Editor

Your profile on my fellow Texan Michael Johnston caused me to shudder.

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Research for the New Millennium

A five-point plan that HIVers can live with (Part 1 of a 12-part series)

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POZarazzi: Saw You in September

Movers, shakers, and troublemakers

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Show & Tell

It's 12:01 am, January 1, 1999. You're tipsy from champagne, you just kissed someone you never planned to bring into the...

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Partner Racket

The Ackerman-Coburn bill would gut HIV confidentiality.

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POZ Picks

Is watching The Real World a spiritual experience for you?

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Letter from Manila: The Wages of Sin

Now showing: AIDS in the Philippines, a Catholic Church production

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Vials of the Dolls

The new market in adherence devices

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Family Feud

Newborn-testing opponents re-enter the ring

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Woman Warrior

The awesome Auxillia Chimusoro 

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Obits

Ronald Day, 36; Jay Lewis, 63; Bernard VanLenten Jr., 56

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Comply or Die

Why complain? These meds could keep you alive for 30 more years.

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Vaccine Vexations

The have-nots are getting less than they bargained for

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Bad News Bear

If the virus doesn't get you, the drugs you take will.

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AIDS on the Net

Best bets for surfing the ultimate wave

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A Crystal Ball For Drug Success

Staying on an anti-HIV combo until it fails increases the risk of cross-resistance to future therapies.

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Backing off Bactrim

Reports abound of people on HAART who stop their PCP prophylaxis when their CD4 counts rise.

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Vits Against Virus

Take two vitamins to reduce viral load? Sounds suspicious.

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Reinfection Revisited

For HIVers debating whether to rubber up with other poz partners, two new studies offer contradictory data.

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Waste No Time

A tip on getting your insurer to pay for pricey drugs

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On Your Feet

Ten steps to ease neuropathy pain

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Sean's Sugar Highs

HAART-takers, beware elevated blood glucose in '99

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Black Power

Advocacy and support for African-American HIVers

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Where to Find It

Get with the program. Get with Oprah!

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Checking In: Food For Thought

Florent Morellet dishes out love and linguini in his downtown diner

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Aunt Evelyn's Letters

New York City artist Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, wrote during their daily correspondence in...

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The Price Wars

Recently, the HIV community has been bombarded by rapid-fire announcements of enormous wholesale prices for both new and old medicines.

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