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POZ June 1998

POZ June 1998

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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Some Like It Hot

Meet the Marilyn Monroe of AIDS awareness

Inside the Issue

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Body Snatchers

Women on protease ask: "Who is that in the mirror?"

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Sleeping With the Enemy

As sky-high drug prices bankrupt ADAPs, AIDS advocates and pharmaceutical reps make strange bedfellows

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Out on a Lymphoma

One man's trip from tumors to transcendence

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ADAP or Perish

Loot to the companies, boot to the PWA's

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When Chemo Calls

How to make the best of it

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Cliff Hanger

A Texan PWA turns bodybuilding into a team sport

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No Ordinary Patsy

To grandmother's house we go

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Over Bite

Naomi Morrison learns that the customer's not always right

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Outlandish Behavior

Agatha Christie's ghost appears in drag

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Film Freak

Tom E. Brown's shorts are long on laughs

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Where to Find It

"Cosmo Confessions" Haven't had your fill of Doctors, Liars and Women?

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Milking It

Shalala's an udder shame

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Out of Africa

HIV traced back to Congo, 1959

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Nuke Wars

d4T bests AZT in sales

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Cheap Sex

Unhappy hookers

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What a Croc

HIV in a kangaroo court

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A Sari State

No girl power in India

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Karate Kid

Is boy being helped or used by Christian right?

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Play Safe

Billy, the fully equipped $49.95 Barbie-for-boys, is doing safe-sex promos.

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Shot in the Arm

Big Apple press sticks it to Rudy

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The Page Is the Rage

Electronic busybody for chronic busy bodies

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S.O.S

If I get really sick again, will I do it differently?

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To the Editor

Your thoughts on our past issues

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Touching Tale

Charles played people’s prince last winter with HIV positive former brothel workers who now live in a Katmandu shelter.

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Say What

The AIDS Ride and more

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Cosmo Confessions

When the plague stepped into Helen Gurley Brown's parlor

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Full of Spunk

The biggest sex radical of all is gone

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POZ Picks

Pick of the Litter

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The Art of War

A first novel by a survivor of two genocides

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Obits

In his tenure as executive director, Willis Green Jr., 50, propelled the Harlem United Community AID

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Bull Market

Only HIV wins in twice-daily-Crixivan wars

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Final Analysis

River and her lover take their turn on the couch

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The Secret Origin of Positoid

How our superhemo decided to use his powers for good

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Wheels of Love

An easy rider recalls the hard bumps on the road of life

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Party Favors

Do yourself one: Get the dope on the protease effect

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Cervix Service

New screening tool may boost your odds for preventing cervical cancer

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Don't Be So Sensitive

Sean's very low viral load on the ultra test may mean little

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Hair Goes!

Home maintenance for your mane

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Hear Her Roar

Irma Torres sounds off on Latinas, lesbians and her last drag

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Smear Campaign

Many AIDS docs are slow to catch up with the latest research developments—a failing that risks

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If You Buy One Book...

The Intelligent Patient's Guide to the Doctor-Patient Relationship

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Camp Heartland

Activist alert: They’re putting kids with AIDS into camps!

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Ladies First

Organizations supporting women with HIV

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New Drug watch

PWA Stephen Gendin weighs in

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