In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Michael Gottlieb was at AIDS ground zero in 1981. Today the good doctor is still standing -- and still leading the pack in patient care.
Liz Murray, age 20, wasn't born with AIDS -- but with two positive parents, she certainly grew up with it.
HIVers from across the globe hash out our AIDS future
46; Montpelier, Vermont; 14 years with HIV Survival Secrets
50; Brooklyn, New York; 19 years with HIV
At 20, the epidemic is a Hollywood has-been.
If life has only two stories -- a stranger comes to town, and a man goes on a journey -- films about PWAs have only five plot points.
POZ staffers dug through their at-home libraries and dusted off the tomes most likely to stand the test of time.
An exhibit looks back on the epidemic through its ephemera. Esther Kaplan speaks with two keepers of the flame, who hope their "living" arch...
Two decades, countless dead, no cure. What now? POZ asked seven friends for their thoughts on the birthday that was never meant to be.
Anne-christine d'Adesky slips inside the drug pipeline to shine light on a dazzling new promise for "salvage" therapy.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the cheekiest of us all? Lark Lands on the new "sugar" shots for facial wasting.
Anne-christine d'Adesky on mom's little helper: a placenta protein promising a new entry blocker
In a chilling first-ever, counterfeiters strike at a U.S. AIDS drug. Julie Hantman asks whodunit.
As Chardelle Lassiter asks The Big Question (to HAART or not), she demands that doc r-e-s-p-e-c-t her choice.
What will AIDS activists really find behind the Bushes? Doug Ireland gets the inside dope from the Right guy.
Fielding calls from the well worried, Emily Carter finds that years of HIV info is fleeting, while sexual shame is forever
Injecting AIDS meds may cause ex-junkie jitters and even mess with sobriety.
Let me be the last to remind you that June marks 20 years since the first sign of AIDS was recorded.
Thank you for the inspirational interview with Paula Peterson ("Choosing Our Religion," February/March 2001).
UNFIT TO PRINT: 40,000 doctors and medical workers, and 835 reporters, received the CDC's report of a strange pneumonia in five "active...
Forget the made-for-TV Survivor -- AIDS makes frying rats for dinner seem like fine dining.