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POZ January 2002

POZ January 2002

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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Generation Next

From Brooklyn to Beijing, these mavericks, pioneers and agitators will make this the last decade of AIDS. POZ picks 10 winners

Inside the Issue

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2002 For Beginners

Start the New Year with eight resolutions you can make and keep

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The Rainy Season

Treatment trials and tribulations: Will the sun shine on HIVers in Uganda?

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Ashcroft Goes to Pot

On October 25, 30 Drug Enforcement Agency troops stormed the Los Angeles Cannabis Resource Center (LACRC) in West Hollywood, California.

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Statistical Significance

Read between the lines the next time you see a newspaper article with AIDS stats. Take, say UNAIDS'

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China Syndrome

The anonymous speaker sat off on one side of the stage, green glowsticks and shadowy lighting obscur

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Qatar Players

In a breathtaking-and-giving victory for HIVers, poor nations got the green light to access affordab

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The Rights Stuff

University of Rome researchers checked the results of a 1997 World Health Organization/UNAIDS survey

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Suicide Bomb

In a November decision rare for both its independence and its invective, U.S. District Judge Robert

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Con Condoms

Self-ID'ing homos in an L.A. jail can enjoy their illegal sex safely now that the county sheriff has

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Sex Pistols

A chill is falling on HIV prevention groups that take federal money. Rep. Mark Souder (R-Ind.), who

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Say What?

Q: What can we do [about prevention] to stem the spread of HIV in the gay community? A: Well, maybe

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Female Trouble I

We've got the juice!...and then some. Even with little or undetectable virus in the blood, women can

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Female Trouble II

A Thai study found that vaginal cleansing, drying and even "tightening" products can up a woman's ri

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Newbie Trap

Celebrated aids doc Brian Gazzard made headlines earlier this year when he kicked off treatment-cons

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Feds Nix Lipo Fix

Hideous!" is how New York City HIVer Tom Weise describes the November decision by the FDA to block i

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Who's Sore-y Now?

Those oozing eruptions and cakey scabs on your lip feel bad, look worse and are lethal for your love life. But Nursie will have you puckerin...

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E & Thee

If it feels so good, it couldn't be bad, right? Not quite, rave child. Research has shown that Ecsta

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Tranny Pan

"Yippee!" I thought at the arrival of Transgender and HIV (Haworth). "A book that speaks to me and

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Dot the Eyes

Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) for HIVers was launched last November by the Baltimore health depart

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Life in Wartime

"Quarantine" in the headlines? AIDS activists as "terrorists"? Doug Ireland fears for the future when everything old is new

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Accidental Czar

Black advocates and Scott Evertz are AIDS' newest couple. LeRoy Whitfield asks if the marriage and the man are just for show

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Mailbox

"Dis Queens" Pissed QueensHow unattractive, this covetous backlash against the alleged AIDS welfare

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Torch Song

After a lifetime carrying a flame for the Olympics, Paul Harris gets to do it for real

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