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Wanted: Six NYC PWAS to share job experiences. Big growth potential. Must be willing to get hands dirty.
Big business isn’t making friends with PWAS. But the positive policies at these 25 companies is help wanted.
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...
AIDS was my generation’s Great War, and ACT UP was our army.
The November 1999 issue—the “new POZ”—certainly got your attention.
Drug company goliath Glaxo Wellcome PLC took a hit in October from the postmodern slingshot: a lawsuit.
POZ sat down with Tido Von Schoen-Angerer, MD, a German volunteer with MSF’s HIV program in Bangkok, Thailand.
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...
Despite increased profits, Glaxo Wellcome announced in October that it will shut down drug production in South Africa.
Edmund Morris’ official biography– turned–murky “memoir” of Ronald Reagan, Dutch, perplexed everyone with its use of fantasies, fict...
The debut of the new San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) gay-focused prevention posters in October set tongues wagging
“These people, they have all these galas, all these lunchesin posh places, but they’ve never been to Soweto.“
Winding our way through the soulless glass and steel of the sprawling Los Angeles Convention Center, we find it hard to imagine that...
I sat in the dark of Lincoln Center, clutching my girlfriend’s hand in grief while listening to the gorgeous words of women prisoners...
(POZ October 1998)
Latino ASOs around the country banded together this past fall to form the National Latino AIDS Voice, a coalition and advocacy group.
Columnist Emily Carter used to settle for getting healthy off the fat of activism. Now she wants to bring home the bacon.
Protease-era progress and pitfalls make “AIDS” ÃÂ la 1993 obsolete. What’s in a name? Michael Scarce has the answer.
Take the Sean O. Strub challenge: Come out, come out, whatever your status—at work and in bed.
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...
A year and a half after promising CPR for the AIDS emergency in the black community, the feds finally deliver—a Band-Aid.
Valerie Caris has used her body for money and art. Now it’s a source of healing, too. A tale of debauchery and revival.
With drug resistance, every dose of meds is a crapshoot. Two new tests can maximize your odds.
Are you newly infected? It might help to know if your virus is drug resistant before choosing a regimen. Or it might not.
Sean Strub’s high blood fats could lead to ticker trouble.
The lowdown on what’s inside the pipeline
Who knew? Calcium, the fabled bone-builder, turns out to have another benefit: It’s a bullish butt-plug.
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.
Those unseemly bumps Down There
Top oncologist Alexandra Levine breaks the great and grim news about tumors in PWAs
Hepatitis A is certainly no fun—it can cause flulike symptoms, gastrointestinal misery and liver damage.
Ever since Kramer and company got together to do something about the gay men’s health crisis, the fighting hasn’t stopped.