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POZ July-August 2007

POZ July-August 2007

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

Features

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The Killing Fields

The Democratic Republic of Congo, beset with atrocities during a long civil uprising, offers a grave example of an often overlooked war crime:...

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Follywood

India has more HIV-positive people than any other nation on earth. Unable to afford established meds--and fearing social persecution--they..

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Vote of Confidence

How two HIV-positive mayors--John Duran of West Hollywood, California, and Larry Gierar of Oakland Park, Florida--outran stigma on...

Living

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Getting Crystal Clear

Having HIV multiplies crystal meth's dangers--and the reasons to kick it.

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Mother Lode

In some countries, positive mother's milk is a winner.

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High Definition

Adverse events: A polite scientific term for “the bad things that could happen to you as a result of a medical therapy.”

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Control Issues

Herpes meds may suppress more than herpes.

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Going Green

Does green tea scald HIV?

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The Mirror Has Two Chins

HIV-damaged body image can spark unrealistic--and unhealthy--behaviors.

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Trans America

Is our national obsession with trans fat setting us up for major heartache?

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Gimme Some Skin

In defense of the foreskin: One writer argues that using circumcision to combat AIDS gives prevention the shaft.

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Pole Position

This Fourth of July, I’ll be thinking a lot about independence.

Talking

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RED Bull?

(Product)RED wants you to shop till AIDS drops--but critics aren't buying it.

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Uniform Care

Walter Reed's positive soldiers: all they can be?

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Bush's Test Results

Congress grades his international AIDS policy

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Achy Breaky HAART

At this AIDS groove-a-thon, teens bust a move for awareness...and meet a semi-star or two.

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WikiHIV

Can you trust Wikipedia for AIDS info?

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A Ryan White Scorecard

A playbill for catching those trickle-down dollars

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Hot Dates-July/August 2007

In his Fahrenheit 9/11 follow-up, controversial filmmaker and Bush-basher Michael Moore diagnoses the American health care system.

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The Art of Activism

This summer, the bravery and tenacity that ACT UP Los Angeles has demonstrated over the past 20 years will be on display in a new exhibit...

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Bringing Sexy Back

The Erotic Signature book label asked artists—from pros to home amateurs—to submit sexually themed pieces.

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Trigger Happy

In 2006, HIV infections in Germany rose by 7.4% from the previous year.

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Culture Wars

Dannon yogurt is capitalizing on what POZ has been telling you for ages: 70 percent of your immune system lurks in your gut.

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Oui Are the World

A French countess uses her fortune to rescue AIDS orphans.

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Big Gulp

This wise guy's glass is always half full--and hard for some to swallow.

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Editor's Letter-July/August 2007

Our Dignity

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Catch of the Month-July/August 2007

Are you really a nice guy? I swear I am. I am sweet and down-to-earth.

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Mailbox-July/August 2007

I don’t believe that ACT UP founder Larry Kramer is above criticism; giving him special treatment would serve neither him nor us.

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