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POZ July 2000

POZ July 2000

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

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POZ In Asia

Asia is home to half of the human race -- more than 3.7 billion people -- and the most crowded part of our planet.

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POZ In Asia

What DO westerners need to know about Asia and the Pacific?

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POZ In Asia (City Profiles)

So far only my wife knows I have HIV.

Inside the Issue

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Oh, Suzana!

In Indonesia, PWAs shroud themselves in lies, secrets and silence.

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Medicine Masala

Some native ancient healing traditions in Indian may offer new solutions for retrovirals -- for their epidemic and ours.

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Southern Exposure

Thailand status as AIDS role model for the developing world is in danger.

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Postcards from the Edge

Cambodia faces a catastrophic future.

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Mailbox

What a fitting tribute POZ presented in featuring Celia Farber, a most thoughtful and dedicated journalist.

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Something Suspect In The Air

American Airlines is once again facing a storm of discrimination charges by HIVers.

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IMF’d Up, Man!

HIVers and their allies at the two-day megaprotest here charged the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank with forcing...

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NEG/POS

Pfizer agreed in April to donate fluconazole for cryptococcal meningitis to South Africa, but said no way to Central American HIVers.

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Everybody CAREs

The Ryan White CARE Act is set to expire this fall.

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The Doll Factory

This month marks the one-year anniversary of Candice Moench and Kathy Gerus-Darbison’s hitting upon a doll of an idea.

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Bubblegum Sex Wars

Just try to find a touchier subject than teen sexuality.

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Shout Out

“Gloria Steinhem once paired him with AIDS as the two worst things about New York.”

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Security Risk

Four months after a CIA study of the impact of the global AIDS epidemic was released, The Washington Post broke the story in late April...

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Fire And Brimstone

Some vulnerable Ugandan believers plagued as deeply by the toll of AIDS as by their country’s civil unrest met a harrowing and fiery end...

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Bodies In Motion

Before Plato’s Garage, the itinerary of Campbell’s life read like a trip without a map.

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Books

Like Fabulous Hell, Ravelstein is about finding meaning in the face of death.

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Smoke and Mirrors

Benjamin SmokeCowboy Booking InternationalOpens July 28 in New York City and Los Angeles, wide relea

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Foo For Thought

For those of you who haven’t tuned in to MTV lately, the Foo Fighters are not a posse of intergalactic video-game characters.

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Global Hits

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Hoyas’ Helping Hands

Thor Cheston, 21, calls them his “little covert operations.”

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On Writing It

One of my proudest achievements is having received the Gregory Kolovakos Award for AIDS Writing for The Healing Notebooks.

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Egypt’s Time Is Now

Cairo’s medieval core—with its narrow streets and winding alleys—has remained nearly unchanged since the 10th century.

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Milestones

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) announced their new team project.

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Dellums For Dollars

Ex-Representative Ron Dellums, a longtime leftist, now stumps for global AIDS funding. Is it altruism? Doug Ireland lifts the veil on his paym...

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Bite The Bullet

Dodging a gun-toting nurse and a false prophet, LeRoy Whitfield breaks out of his treatment shell.

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It’s Alright, Ma

When your kid’s been an addict and come out alive, HIV can be the toughest letters you’ve ever heard. Lillian Thieman finds forgiveness is a t...

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The Lost Day

Stephen Gendin pulls a Proust and goes searching for lost time. He hopes he doesn’t find dementia lurking in a budding grove.

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An International Incident

South African president Thabo Mbeki has tapped “AIDS dissidents” in charting policy on the raging epidemic.

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Getting Testy

Bend over, Viagra! The new testosterone gel may soon have even frat boys cruising the black market to take it like a man.

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Herb Of The Month

Astragalus

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Holy Hormones

The sanest way to testoserone up. 

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Cramping Your Style

Menstruation a pain in the pelvis? Curse not, our dispensary-loving Nursie is staggering your way.

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Comfort Zone

I used to laugh at the Metamucil ads with the old folks who wanted to stay “regular.”

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All The Tea In China

Can Traditional Chinese Medicine pass the muster of American AIDS research?

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Smear No Evil

Marlene Diaz’s abnormal Pap doesn’t spell cervical cancer, but is cause for concern—and definitely follow-up testing.

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East Meets West

Get to know your fellow HIVers in Asia—they’re Web wired.

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$64K Question

Can a low (OR NO) viral load make an HIVer less (or non-) infectious?

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7.17.85: Rock Our World

Rock Hudson was the first person ever to get AIDS—at least according to the media.

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