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POZ July 1998

POZ July 1998

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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The Good Doctor

Soon after AIDS hit, Dr. Joseph Sonnabend became known as an independent thinker. And from the beginning, this caused him trouble.

Inside the Issue

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Dying for a Vaccine

Money, media,  and a 10-year-or-bust mandate made the cause sexy. But with the first test on deck, the risks are bigger than ever.

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Ashok to the System

Here comes Ashok Row Kavi, the Larry Kramer of India

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Banking on Disaster

African nations are slashing budgets and shrinking health care. The World Bank and the IMF call it streamlining. Critics say it's killing.

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International Dream Team 1998

Meet the most valuable players in the epidemic

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Not Your Average Joe

From "outstanding" to "tragic hero" to "cuckoo," Sonnabend's an original

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S.O.S.

The first day of April could have been a turning point in ending the AIDS epidemic.

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To the Editor

Learning Channel and more

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Conference Call

When PWAs first sat at the high table

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Poz Picks

Books and movies

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AIDS Is Over

Gay men have abandoned crisis mode. Their prevention hasn't

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Mourning Star

There is a light and it never goes out

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Obits

On March 9, after two years in Florida courts trying and failing to win the right to end his life, Charles Edward Hall, 36, died of AIDS.

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Penny Wose, Pound Foolish

Medicaid for HIV is an idea too simple for its time

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River Runs Dry

After surgery, sex is the last thing on her mind

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In the Blood

A son gives as good as he gets

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Nine Lives

Thought he was a goner, but the cat came back

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Off the Shelf

Protease + Hismanal = Trouble

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Power Nutrients

Supplements can quell symptoms, counter drug side effects and extend life

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Saved by the Cell

Sean's CD4's are kickin' ass. Can he kiss his prophylaxis goodbye?

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Mind Your B's and T's

The immune system in five easy pieces

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Time Warp

It's like AIDS never happened

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Catch Air!

More than 9,000 dope snow- and skateboarders rock ’n’ rolled at Board AID 5 in sunny Big Bear Lake, California, last March.

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Urine Luck

Golden showers hold anti-KS powers

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External Affairs

Can Richard Gere save India?

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HIV, Sir!

Army's conduct unbecoming

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Phone Sex

Dial "P" for prevention

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Germs in Sperm

German mom-to-be gets HIV

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Autograph Book

Sign before you grind

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Baby Dolls

Glaxo Wellcome slashes cost of AZT in Third World

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No Needles

And the ban played on

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Strike a Pose

Yoga practice can add a twist to today's HIV therapy

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CPR for HAART Failure

Best bets for antiretroviral vets

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Salvadoran Savior

Wilfredo Valencia Palacios cheats death and helps his fellow citizens do the same

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POZ Index

Cumulative AIDS cases in the United States: 612,078

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Indelicate Balance

Chipping away the ADA leaves PWAs on thin ice

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Mistruths and Consequences

Telling antiretroviral fact from fiction is no game show

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Positive Planet

HIV news and views from all over

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