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POZ July-August 2009

POZ July-August 2009

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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Child, Alive

A visit from Keep a Child Alive's cofounder Leigh Blake took Noah Mushimiyimana from his small village in Rwanda to the bright lights of Ameri...

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In the Eye of the Beholder

Photographer Kristen Ashburn has documented AIDS in Africa since 2000. Nominated for an Emmy in 2007 for her Bloodline project, she shows how...

Living

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Troubled Minds

A Staten Island HIV services program uses combo therapy for mental health as well as the virus.

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Be a Brainiac

HIV can cause cognitive problems. With help from Scott Letendre, MD, of the University of California in San Diego, we offer these tips for fig...

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Family Planning

If you're a woman living with HIV/AIDS and you want to have a baby, we hope you know that HIV meds now reduce the risk of transmitting HIV dur...

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The Heart of the Matter

If you take the HIV med abacavir (found in Ziagen, Epzicom and Trizivir) and you've seen the news reports linking the drug to a heightened ris...

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Med Alert

New prescribing info from the FDA notes that some Kaletra takers have developed heart-rhythm disturbances

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Hep C

Cutting difficult HEP C treatment down to size

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Hairdo

The proper level of HIV meds in your blood makes the difference between the success or failure of a combo, and it lowers your odds of experien...

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Kombucha Tea to...Gila Monster Spit?

In the early days of AIDS, my friends and I searched desperately for treatments. We tried some pretty weird stuff, like Japanese kombucha mush...

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Cool Veggies, Hot Flavors

Eat healthy this summer—without breaking a sweat.

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Hand to Mouth

The drug companies offer financial savings to those who struggle to pay for their antiretrovirals.

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Bar Resistance

Getting your HIV meds on time while doing time

Talking

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Provide and Conquer

Can we treat our way out of the epidemic? Edwin J. Bernard looks at the promise—and price—of treatment as prevention.

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Good Habits

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence has been blessing us for three decades.

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Summer Musts!

A short list of what to do this summer

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Breaking Barriers

Author sheds light on female prisoners fighting back. 

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EXTRA! EXTRA!

POZ readers sound off on HIV criminalization

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Maybe Baby

Shawn Decker and his wife rethink a childless future.

etc.

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Editor's Letter-July/August 2009

Gods, Guns or Madge?

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Your Feedback-July/August 2009

PAY TO PLAYIn “Sex, Tourism and HIV” (March 2009), former POZ “barebacking”

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No Child Left Behind

When he joined the Peace Corps in 2004, Steve Kallaugher did not anticipate that his volunteer HIV/AIDS work in Swaziland would become his c...

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