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POZ July-August 2003

POZ July-August 2003

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 Truth About Cats And Dogs (& A Horse And A Bird)

HIVers pay tribute to our better halves—the canine and feline (and equine and avian) pals that save our lives every day.

Inside the Issue

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Publisher's Letter

Ten years ago, I was obviously younger, arguably cuter and had no trouble at all getting laid. In 19

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Mailbox

Photo FinishI am glad that a magazine has finally published an in-depth article about the bizarre co

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Sex Ed's Rubber Rubout

Abstinence-pushing federal funds are stretching thin proven HIV and pregnancy prevention in schools. How long before sensible parents and trut...

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PREPing For Sex

What if the most effective HIV prophylactic wasn’t pleasure-muting, giggle-inducing latex, but

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On Me, Not Inn Me

For guests who hit the minibar before the mattress, two New York state senators have introduced a bi

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Out Of Data

UNAIDS and the World Health Organization (WHO) disputed a headline-making International Journal of S

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MTV Goes CDC

MTV’s “Fight for Your Right” website raps about clap and hums with HIV prevention.

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I Go Shout Plenty

For the late musician and pan-African activist Fela Kuti, the Afrobeat goes on

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Class Pictures

The faces are proud, frail, serene and unflinching, and the texts that accompany them often explode

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Obituary

On Sesame Street, as Mr. Noodle, he held his own against Elmo. He won an Emmy for Evening Shade and

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Time Out

Feds to prisoners: Get out of jail, get counseling and care

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Bill Me Later

Perhaps you remember the $15 billion President Bush pledged to the global AIDS fight in his State of

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Pos & Neg

POSSan Francisco’s STOP AIDS Project—and its locally approved, sexually explicit materi

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Natal Attraction

Addressing the estimated 25 percent of U.S. HIVers who don’t know they’re positive, the

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Milestones

In April, Lifetime premiered Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story, a docudrama about a neggie t

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Wall Of Controversy

On April 22 Los Angeles’ City Council approved plans for an ambitious memorial in Lincoln Park

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Shades Of Gray

Did whites say an AIDS vaccine failed because it did not work for them?

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Give Me Fever

You probably know of Henry Heimlich’s world-famous anti-choking maneuver, but you might find h

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Bad Meds

Florida’s underground market for Rx drugs could be endangering HIVers, the state health depart

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Pass The Scalpel—And The Bucks

Countless HIVers suffer from lipo's puppet cheeks and buffalo humps, but health  plans won't shell out to fix 'em. Tim Murphy helps you s...

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Northern Exposure

Nobody believed that Clarence Smelcer (see photo) could corral a group of Alaska’s native HIVe

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Cell Low, Cell High

Even veteran HIVers sometimes get all those different kinds of white blood cells mixed up. Here&rsqu

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Pillow Talk

HIV meds gave me lipodystrophy—extra fat accumulated on my upper back between my shoulder blad

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Neg (-) But (+) For Lipo

The root of HIV-related lipodystrophy—abnormal fat redistribution—is a big fat mystery.

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A New Gay Plague?

It may be Sars time now, but in fall 2002, a smaller epidemic erupted. That’s when Los Angeles

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Hard Workin' Beans

Unseen and unsung, your kidneys are toiling away, in the small of your back behind your ribs. These

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Viread, Once A Wonder Drug

It fights HIV! It fights hep B! No icky side effects! Too good to be true? Duh. Just when it seemed

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It's His Party

Rob Phelps flacks for the drug that saved his life—and cries 'cause he wants to

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Out Of Sight

There's a lot more to survival than meets the eye. Just ask Joe Westmoreland

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Getting' Hot In Here

Does the shutdown of a major study mean menopausal HIVers should shun hormone replacement therapy? Liz Highleyman shows why you shouldn't make...

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The Big Bang Theory

It sounds more like science fiction than science: A growing number of people are exposed to HIV—maybe even infected—but still test...

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Walk This Way

One small step for baby,  one giant step for grandpa

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