In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Soon after AIDS hit, Dr. Joseph Sonnabend became known as an independent thinker. And from the beginning, this caused him trouble.
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.
Here comes Ashok Row Kavi, the Larry Kramer of India
African nations are slashing budgets and shrinking health care. The World Bank and the IMF call it streamlining. Critics say it’s killing.
Meet the most valuable players in the epidemic
From “outstanding” to “tragic hero” to “cuckoo,” Sonnabend’s an original
The first day of April could have been a turning point in ending the AIDS epidemic.
Learning Channel and more
When PWAs first sat at the high table
Books and movies
Gay men have abandoned crisis mode. Their prevention hasn’t
There is a light and it never goes out
Charles Edward Hall, 36; Bill Hertz, 43; Brian Hurley, 49
Medicaid for HIV is an idea too simple for its time
After surgery, sex is the last thing on her mind
A son gives as good as he gets
Thought he was a goner, but the cat came back
Protease + Hismanal = Trouble
Supplements can quell symptoms, counter drug side effects and extend life
Sean’s CD4’s are kickin’ ass. Can he kiss his prophylaxis goodbye?
The immune system in five easy pieces
It’s like AIDS never happened
More than 9,000 dope snow- and skateboarders rock ’n’ rolled at Board AID 5 in sunny Big Bear Lake, California, last March.
Golden showers hold anti-KS powers
Can Richard Gere save India?
Army’s conduct unbecoming
Dial “P” for prevention
German mom-to-be gets HIV
Sign before you grind
Glaxo Wellcome slashes cost of AZT in Third World
And the ban played on
Yoga practice can add a twist to today’s HIV therapy
Best bets for antiretroviral vets
Wilfredo Valencia Palacios cheats death and helps his fellow citizens do the same
Cumulative AIDS cases in the United States: 612,078
Chipping away the ADA leaves PWAs on thin ice
Telling antiretroviral fact from fiction is no game show
HIV news and views from all over