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POZ July 2004

POZ July 2004

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

Feature

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Lost In Paradise

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..

Inside the Issue

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Kiss & Tell

1371 POZ readers talk dirty to us

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Our Infectors, Ourselves

Annette Lizzul remembers the man who left her a lasting impression.  Plus others weigh in on those who infected them with HIV.

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His Diff'rent World

On a black campus, a gay HIVer goes from pariah to hero

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Earthwatch

U.S. hip-hop fans who volunteer to take HIV tests can win a chance to see Mary J. Blige or Beyoncé in concert.

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Fear Factor

Stigma leaves a hospital in critical condition

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African Idols

What do Michael Jackson, Cher and AIDS have in common?

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Tribute: Keith Cylar

AIDS Warrior - 1958-2004

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Burning Rubber

In March, Bush’s AIDS council suggested that condom packages carry a mandatory warning for human papillomavirus (HPV)—cause of genital...

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War of the Worlds

Who's to blame for the global AIDS catastrophe? USA! USA!

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Oprah on the DL

What’s old is new again, and men are still having secret, condomless sex with other men—and giving their wives and girlfriends HIV.

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C No Evil?

Coinfection bedevils at least one-third of HIVers. Bob Lederer dissects the tricks of treatment.

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Briefs

Hep C viral-load tests measure how well treatment is working but, unlike HIV viral loads, don’t chart disease progression.

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Liver It Up

HIV meds and hepatitis can sap this vital organ, so eat and treat it right

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Inner Guinea Pig

Two studies consider: Can herbs and nutritional supplements quash side effects?

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Cancer Rising

Cancer and HIV. Not the most charming bedfellows, but researchers have long noted that HIVers have higher rates of certain cancers.

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Dementia

Researchers have paved the way for anti-dementia drug development by discovering how HIV causes the condition.

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Senior Class

The fastest-growing group of HIVers

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Women('s) Count(s)

Results from long-term studies of women with HIV have been hitting the news, and some of the news is good.

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Fit to Print

Nearing his book debut, M.C. Mars wonders: Tell all?...or some?

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The Acting Bug

When River Huston steps into the spotlight, HIV steals the show

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Editor's Letter

This month, barring any Al Qaeda surprises, the world media’s news ticker will include a week of AIDS stories.

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Mailbox

Jail Sentences When Tim Murphy interviewed me about life in jail for “Getting Out Alive”

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The Art of Healing

A picture-perfect look at positive diagnosis

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