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POZ July 1999

POZ July 1999

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

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The Power of One

All of Africa is not an AIDS catastrophe.

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The Power of One: Senegal

A sub-Saharan success story

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The Power of One: Uganda

Vaccine Trial or Error

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The Power of One: Zimbabwe

Leadership is local.

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The Power of One: Zambia

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Inside the Issue

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World Weary

HIV veterans can't ignore Africa's call for reinforcements.

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South Africa's Moment of Truth

The continent's richest nation is only five years into a new democracy. But is it already too late to escape an AIDS disaster?

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Back to the Roots

African PWAs often have no choice but to consult traditional healers. They may be at the vanguard of treatment, but the jury's still out.

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Chain Reactions: Medicine Woman

Scovia Kasolo melds modern with traditional in Uganda

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Chain Reactions: Poetic Justice

Zimbabwe actor turns activist

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Chain Reactions: Reluctant Witness

Living to tell in Cameroon

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Guest Editor's Letter

As I prepared for my first visit to Africa in 1994, a friend asked if I felt like I was going back to my roots.

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To the Editor

I chose to subscribe to POZ because of the bareback articles.

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Bath Sides Now

Bay gays revisit once-closed issue

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Walk the Talk

Academic puts rubbers to road

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Rubber Suit

Pouch patent causes friction

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Memo Demo

Letter pushes envelope

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Dread Locked

Nushawn pleads guilty

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PWAs vs. Y2K

Drug companies vamp up for millennium

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Jail Break

Cons win one

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Say What

“Feeney said the state’s Viagra policy and its AIDS prevention policy certainly seem to conflict.”

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Gender Agenda

We know AIDS in women is different. Now research must tell us how.

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Simon Nkoli

South Africa's first true renaissance man

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Obits

Mary Jane Rathbun, 77; Reggie Williams, 47

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POZarazzi: Spring Sprung

And where were you?

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License to Kill

Gore guns for Third World countries trying to make cheap AIDS drugs

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Keep HOPE Alive

Here's what you can do for Africans with AIDS.

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POZ Picks

In New York City this summer? Don’t miss “Remember When? A Portrait of AIDS Activism.”

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Show & Tell

…summertime and I'm living!

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The Holistic Truth

Sometimes the most valuable insights come from far away.

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Get Over It

Free advice and a shot of attitude for female trouble and a rosy mug

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Sugar on Top

It’s an irony certain to turn your humor a darker shade of black.

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Cheer to Adhere

High spirits may play a role in low viral loads.

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Gene Pool

There’s a new numbers game in town: Counting mutations to forecast how well salvage therapy may work.

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Cream Puff

"Watch and wait” is the usual advice to women who have received standard surgical treatment for high-grade cervical dysplasia.

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The Protease Prison

She's down in the dumps with GI misery and fat-gone-haywire.

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Out in Africa

Resources for PWAs here and there

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Where to Find It

Where in the world is Dr. John Chittick?

Grandma's Recipe

It sounds retro, but respect for tradition is healthy.

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Grace Under Pressure

Have a double Scotch and an herbal chaser with Zimbabwean Lynde Francis.

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