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POZ January 2001

POZ January 2001

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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Here Comes the Cure

It's due out this decade. It's no magic bullet. It's going to make HIV eradication look as quaint as a chinese cucumber.

Inside the Issue

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Magical Mystery Cure

For 20 years we have bled, sweat and wept for an end to AIDS. Patrick Califia-Rice asks what we talk about when we talk about a cure.

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Cancer Rising

Lymphoma is in the stars for more and more longtime HIVers. It's an immune-cell thing.

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One To Watch: Frank Oldham

This AIDS-activist dinosaur announced he's a member of the HIV club at the first "AIDS in the Heartland" conference last June.

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Opposite of Sex

"JUST SAY NO" has never been easy to say yes to.

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Are the Kids Alright?

Love is a battlefield -- and so is high school sex ed.

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Paint by Numbers

San Francisco's Department of Public Health reported in June a near-tripling of new HIV cases to 900.

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Withdrawal Symptoms

South African President Thabo Mbeki announced in October that he would pull out of the debate about the link between HIV and AIDS.

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Say What?

The cover of the Sun reads “AIDS HORROR: AILING POPE'S LAST BATTLE.”

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Safe-Surf Guidelines

When you're doing the safety dance -- whether at the club or on the web -- the more you know, the easier it is to minimize risk.

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The Down-Low Lowdown

Don't let Big Bro keep you from making the most of the Net.

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You Can't Go Home Again

New York City street corners are dotted with flier guys, and now that I'm doing it.

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Teach Your Children Well

When it comes to AIDS, numbers in Zimbabwe are hard to comprehend because they're so big.

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Personal Transformations

A couple of years ago, Earline Budd was elbow-deep, plunging the latest Department of Corrections clog in her outreach work.

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Lost in Disk Space

The next BIG THING in anti-HIV drug may be discovered not in some high-tech, super-secure lab.

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Buenas Noches

It felt bittersweet the other night to see Julian Schnabel's spirited and beautiful adaptation of Reinaldo Arenas' great memoir.

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No Intermission

The works of British filmmaker, artist and author Derek Jarman, who died of AIDS in February 1994, offer a cascade of imagery so luscious...

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Tribute: Jacqueline M. Fuentes

I first met Jackie at a support group for HIV positive adolescents in New York City.

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Milestones

Robert Bradford, the unnamed HIVer at No. 71 in "HIV Crimeline" (POZ, August 2000), died of AIDS July 16.

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Cardio Calculus

HAART or heart disease? Plug your numbers into this fancy formula, grind a crank, and the answer flies out all over the chalkboard.

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Herb Of The Month

Green Tea

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When Chemo Calls

Tips for anyone undergoing radiation or chemotherapy

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BMS-232632

It's news when an old dog is up to new tricks.

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Kiss Lipo BUH-BYE?

Help may be at hand for that haggard Susan Hayward look. Four new treatments handle the fat.

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Tonic for Two

A single amino acid may solve two very different problems.

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Nukelier Fusion

Two studies offer insight on who may be able to go wall-to-wall nukes.

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Peppier Paps

HAART may offer a big bonus: a heartier, healthier cervix.

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Comfort Zone

One of the often-unspoken joys of HIV is OHL -- oral hairy leukoplakia.

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On the Brink of Ink

Tattoo you? Prick away, Nursie sayeth, but keep it clean, spell Mom (or whoever) correctly -- but first consider a temporary.

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Cyber Rx

With the welter of HIV meds on the market, accurate, current and user-friendly info about treatment options can be scarce.

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Love's Labor

Tales of the City creator Armistead Maupin's latest novel has entirely new characters but strikes some enduring chords.

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Heartbreak Hotel

A friend invites Lillian Thiemann to take a stroll down memory lane, but that road's so rocky she trips over the contradictions.

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Editor's Letter

The experience of mass death works on a survivor or community in strange ways.

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Mailbox

When I tore open the wrapper of my October 2000 POZ and absorbed the cover title, I cried for Stephen Gendin's death.

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Defining Moment

In 1989, the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) definition of AIDS included only certain opportunistic infections.

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The Baby Blues

Emily Carter realizes that the only surprise Ms. Stork is delivering is the present-and that's a gift enough.

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