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The attack on “too healthy” AIDS drug ads has exposed raw nerves and a new rift between the sick and the well. Who’s reality is it anyway?
Folks at the FDA say they know what’s wrong with the fine print when they see it.
The more I read up on HAART interactions and side effects, the more it seemed like six of one, half a dozen of the other.
Percentage of U.S. HIVers who have ever been homeless since their diagnosis: 36
The Liberace Museum in Las Vegas is a rhinestone-encrusted shrine to the beloved pianist, who died of AIDS at 67 in 1987.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in May that a federal drug law blocks medical pot use.
Dominic Hamilton-Little on being done for
So many combos, so little data. Whether you’re a drug virgin or working on salvage street, sane “sequencing,” can you find a place in sun?
To tell if it’s time for a new cocktail, take the tests, listen to your HAART, and learn what
Over seven years and 72 issues, we have always found a way to keep publishing POZ, despite great financial obstacles.
MTV and HIV both turn 20 this year.
Steve Crohn’s lover died of AIDS in 1982, followed by many fiends, but every HIV test he took came up negative.
Tracy Sypert, the news editor of Los Angeles’ leading gay paper, died of AIDS on March 14.
Griffin Shea on Zimbabwe’s casket boom
Jennifer Poteet on the doctor from hell
All buzz, no fuzz: Italy’s “AIDS Gang” had nothing to do lose with a legal loophole that kept the bank-robbing PWAs out of jail. Their victiml...
POZ is absolutely right: The AIDS industry is all about money (The Biz of AIDS, April 2001).
The Rage and Remembrance Literary Contest