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POZ January-February 2011

POZ January-February 2011

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Features

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Till Death Do Us Part

How marriage puts women in India—and around the world—at risk of contracting HIV

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Southern Discomfort

Extreme poverty, government funding shortfalls, natural disasters, immigration issues, language barriers and lack of transportation all fan th...

Living

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Crash-Test Smarties

Even though many people have controlled their HIV for years, some can still hit detours like cancer or hepatitis. But with the right support,...

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We Hear You

For people with HIV/AIDS, shifts in health care regulations can be life changing—even potentially life threatening. When news breaks, w...

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And We Quote

"Evangelism...underlies most of the politics against needle exchange. To give someone a needle or methadone is seen as giving up on the idea t...

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Adherence Counts

When it comes to taking HIV meds, POZ readers are a disciplined bunch. That's good: Missing doses can lead to drug resistance. 

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Cure Watch

HDAC Inhibitors

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Losing Face Filler

Medicare coverage of Sculptra and Radiesse fizzles.

Talking

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Savvy Survivor

Eric Sawyer is the first recipient of the AIDS activism award given by Housing Works, an organization he cofounded in 1994. In 2011, he marks...

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Higher Education

A new federal initiative funds sex ed that works. 

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Prison Breaks

New research looks at HIV behind bars. 

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Viewer Discretion Advised

Teens having lots of sex on television is hardly a new phenomenon.      

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Spotlight: Teen Sex

A new film features teens talking about sex.

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Aiding Black Power

Training black leaders to become HIV/AIDS advocates

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Pozarazzi

Fashionistas, designers and actresses, oh my! In November, Housing Works and the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) turned into fashion houses as...

etc.

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Heartland Hero

Josh Conrade grew up believing in helping those in need, so it was no surprise that he joined the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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