In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
In Asia’s bleak HIV landscape, Thailand has long stood out as a prevention miracle. So why are Thai men who have sex with men on the verge..
1371 POZ readers talk dirty to us
Annette Lizzul remembers the man who left her a lasting impression. Plus others weigh in on those who infected them with HIV.
On a black campus, a gay HIVer goes from pariah to hero
U.S. hip-hop fans who volunteer to take HIV tests can win a chance to see Mary J. Blige or Beyoncé in concert.
Stigma leaves a hospital in critical condition
What do Michael Jackson, Cher and AIDS have in common?
AIDS Warrior - 1958-2004
In March, Bush’s AIDS council suggested that condom packages carry a mandatory warning for human papillomavirus (HPV)—cause of genital...
Who’s to blame for the global AIDS catastrophe? USA! USA!
What’s old is new again, and men are still having secret, condomless sex with other men—and giving their wives and girlfriends HIV.
Coinfection bedevils at least one-third of HIVers. Bob Lederer dissects the tricks of treatment.
Hep C viral-load tests measure how well treatment is working but, unlike HIV viral loads, don’t chart disease progression.
HIV meds and hepatitis can sap this vital organ, so eat and treat it right
Two studies consider: Can herbs and nutritional supplements quash side effects?
Cancer and HIV. Not the most charming bedfellows, but researchers have long noted that HIVers have higher rates of certain cancers.
Researchers have paved the way for anti-dementia drug development by discovering how HIV causes the condition.
The fastest-growing group of HIVers
Results from long-term studies of women with HIV have been hitting the news, and some of the news is good.
Nearing his book debut, M.C. Mars wonders: Tell all?...or some?
When River Huston steps into the spotlight, HIV steals the show
This month, barring any Al Qaeda surprises, the world media’s news ticker will include a week of AIDS stories.
Jail Sentences When Tim Murphy interviewed me about life in jail for “Getting Out Alive”
A picture-perfect look at positive diagnosis