POZ January-February 2014

POZ January-February 2014

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

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Body Counts By Sean Strub

Body Counts

POZ founder Sean Strub tells all.

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Faith, Hope and Charity

The black church takes a seat at the HIV/AIDS table.

From the Editor

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Houses of the Holy

How much power does religion hold within the fight to end AIDS?


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Letters-January/February 2014

The article ’Cut to Fit’ challenged the non-believers around circumcision as a form of HIV prevention. 


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Sister Solidarity

Positive Women’s Network USA executive director Naina Khanna advocates for self-empowerment.

POZ Planet

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Like a Prayer

Soulful poems, psalms and affirmations for those living with HIV

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More Gay Couples Can Test Together

 A program that allows gay male couples to receive HIV counseling and testing together. 

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Poz Stories: Erin Gingrich

Former Miss Arizona finds herself in a new role as AIDS activist. 

Peter Staley in the "HIV Equal" testing campaign

Status Symbols

The ’’HIV Equal’’ testing campaign includes all.

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The AIDS Walk, with a Cane and Cameras

Joseph Kibler completes the 6.2 miles of AIDS Walk Los Angeles overcoming physical adversity.

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Out in the Open

An LA advocacy group gives visibility to black gay men and HIV.

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Oh Baby, Baby!

Salt-N-Pepa snowboards help Lifebeat.


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Remembering Dennis Daniel

The POZ staff pay tribute to our late friend Dennis Daniel, who helped launch the magazine and stayed with the company until his death.

Care and Treatment

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Glowing Reports on Global AIDS

Global AIDS advocates celebrate advances that seemed unimaginable a decade ago.

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Red States Say No to Medicaid Expansion

The Deep South has proved uniformly stubborn in its refusal to expand Medicaid.

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New HIV Replication Pathway Discovered

A controversial new study challenges the belief that the unintegrated virus cannot reproduce.

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Low Viral Load Still a Threat

HIV-positive people taking antiretrovirals who have an ongoing detectable viral load may be at a raised risk for treatment failure.

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Cocaine Fuels HIV

Cocaine may raise the likelihood of acquiring HIV and also fuel the virus’ spread from cell to cell.

Research Notes

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Prevention: Possible Microbicide Tricks HIV

A new potential microbicide element may be fooling HIV.

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Treatment: Antifungal Agent Fights HIV

The topical antifungal agent ciclopirox wipes out HIV in laboratory studies.

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Cure: CCR5 Gene Therapy Milestone

Scientists have proved that it is possible to engineer immune cells to control HIV without ongoing antiretroviral therapy.

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Concerns: Worse Outcomes From Multiple Clinics

Those who receive treatment for HIV at numerous clinics, instead of at one, are less likely to be on antiretrovirals.

POZ Heroes

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Tough Love

After seven years living HIV positive Stephanie Brown has gained the strength to speak out.


Hot topics

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