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POZ January 2000

POZ January 2000

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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Work 2000

Wanted: Six NYC PWAS to share job experiences. Big growth potential. Must be willing to get hands dirty.

Inside the Issue

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Take This Job & Love it!

Big business isn't making friends with PWAS. But the positive policies at these 25 companies is help wanted.

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POZ Work

Fifteen years ago, to commemorate our first Valentine's Day, Kees Chapman gave me a card that boasted a big heart built from thousands of bric...

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Editor's Letter

AIDS was my generation’s Great War, and ACT UP was our army.

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Mailbox

The November 1999 issue—the “new POZ”—certainly got your attention.

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Glaxo Makes a Deal

Drug company goliath Glaxo Wellcome PLC took a hit in October from the postmodern slingshot: a lawsuit.

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For Whom the Nobel Tolls

POZ sat down with Tido Von Schoen-Angerer, MD, a German volunteer with MSF’s HIV program in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Homesick Blues

In his room at Chelsea’s Allerton Hotel, which doubles as a New York City residence for homeless people with HIV, Zonell Wright never had...

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NEG/POZ

Despite increased profits, Glaxo Wellcome announced in October that it will shut down drug production in South Africa.

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"Dutch" Treat

Edmund Morris’ official biography– turned–murky “memoir” of Ronald Reagan, Dutch, perplexed everyone with its use of fantasies, fict...

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Eye of the Beholder

The debut of the new San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) gay-focused prevention posters in October set tongues wagging

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Shout Out

“These people, they have all these galas, all these lunchesin posh places, but they’ve never been to Soweto.“

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LA Women

Winding our way through the soulless glass and steel of the sprawling Los Angeles Convention Center, we find it hard to imagine that...

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Missing Persons Report

I sat in the dark of Lincoln Center, clutching my girlfriend’s hand in grief while listening to the gorgeous words of women prisoners...

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Catching Up With Michael Johnston

(POZ October 1998)

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Milestones

Latino ASOs around the country banded together this past fall to form the National Latino AIDS Voice, a coalition and advocacy group.

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Oink, Oink

Columnist Emily Carter used to settle for getting healthy off the fat of activism. Now she wants to bring home the bacon.

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A Define Mess

Protease-era progress and pitfalls make “AIDS” à la 1993 obsolete. What's in a name? Michael Scarce has the answer.

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Do Ask, Do Tell

Take the Sean O. Strub challenge: Come out, come out, whatever your status—at work and in bed.

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Primary Colors

Holding his nose as he picks bad from worse, political pundit Doug Ireland recommends Bradley over Gore. The big guy's proved to be a better l...

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A Modest Proposal

A year and a half after promising CPR for the AIDS emergency in the black community, the feds finally deliver—a Band-Aid.

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Portrait of the Artist as a Sex Bomb

Valerie Caris has used her body for money and art. Now it's a source of healing, too. A tale of debauchery and revival.

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Play It As It Lays

With drug resistance, every dose of meds is a crapshoot. Two new tests can maximize your odds.

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Beginner's Luck

Are you newly infected? It might help to know if your virus is drug resistant before choosing a regimen. Or it might not.

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Follow Your Heart

Sean Strub's high blood fats could lead to ticker trouble.

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Next Up...The lowdown on what's inside the pipeline

The lowdown on what's inside the pipeline

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Stool's Gold

Who knew? Calcium, the fabled bone-builder, turns out to have another benefit: It’s a bullish butt-plug.

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Comfort Zone

When I started my meds a couple of years ago, I began to have problems with my skin, and regular soap just made it worse.

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Wart's Up, Nurse?

Those unseemly bumps Down There

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Herb of the Month

Ginger

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Cancer Answers

Top oncologist Alexandra Levine breaks the great and grim news about tumors in PWAs  

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Watch Your Hep

Hepatitis A is certainly no fun—it can cause flulike symptoms, gastrointestinal misery and liver damage.

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Boys' Night Out

Ever since Kramer and company got together to do something about the gay men's health crisis, the fighting hasn't stopped.

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