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POZ June 2001

POZ June 2001

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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Longtime Companion

Michael Gottlieb was at AIDS ground zero in 1981. Today the good doctor is still standing -- and still leading the pack in patient care. Ron...

Inside the Issue

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Generation AIDS

Liz Murray, age 20, wasn't born with AIDS -- but with two positive parents, she certainly grew up with it. Tom Beer explores the story of Gen...

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It's A Small AIDS World After All

HIVers from across the globe hash out our AIDS future

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Marsha Burnett

46; Montpelier, Vermont; 14 years with HIV Survival Secrets

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Ruben Rodriguez

50; Brooklyn, New York; 19 years with HIV Survival Secrets"Most important has been my positive attit

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How They Shot AIDS: A Viral Video Roundup & Takedown

At 20, the epidemic is a Hollywood has-been. Greg Villepique reruns AIDS' tearjerkers and not-so-moving pictures -- from And the Band Played O...

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AIDS Movie Must-Haves

If life has only two stories -- a stranger comes to town, and a man goes on a journey -- films

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Words to Live By

POZ staffers dug through their at-home libraries and dusted off the tomes most likely to stand the test of time.

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Memento Mori

An exhibit looks back on the epidemic through its ephemera. Esther Kaplan speaks with two keepers of the flame, who hope their "living" arch...

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Quotes: 20/20 Hindsight

Two decades, countless dead, no cure. What now? POZ asked seven friends for their thoughts on the birthday that was never meant to be.

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Birth of a Notion

Anne-christine d'Adesky slips inside the drug pipeline to shine light on a dazzling new promise for "salvage" therapy. So hold onto your hop...

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About Face

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the cheekiest of us all? Lark Lands on the new "sugar" shots for facial wasting.

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Life After Birth

Anne-christine d'Adesky on mom's little helper: a placenta protein promising a new entry blocker

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Serostim Sabotaged!

In a chilling first-ever, counterfeiters strike at a U.S. AIDS drug. Julie Hantman asks whodunit.

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Herb Of The Month: Hawthorn

PARTS TO USE: Flowers, leaves, berriesFORMS: Capsules, tablets, liquid extract, syrup, teaDAILY DOSE

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Warning: A Riff on Amps

Ya heard?!? If you take the protease inhibitor Agenerase (amprenavir), researchers warn to steer cle

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Natural Woman

As Chardelle Lassiter asks The Big Question (to HAART or not), she demands that doc r-e-s-p-e-c-t her choice.

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The Right Angle

What will AIDS activists really find behind the Bushes? Doug Ireland gets the inside dope from the Right guy

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Hotline Help Me!

Fielding calls from the well worried, Emily Carter finds that years of HIV info is fleeting, while sexual shame is forever

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Under My Skin

Injecting AIDS meds may cause ex-junkie jitters and even mess with sobriety. Lillian Thiemann has just the thing to get you off pins and nee...

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Editor's Letter

Let me be the last to remind you that June marks 20 years since the first sign of AIDS was recorded.

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Mailbox

Pray TellAs a novice Buddhist I know it's important to show my gratitude, so I am writing to thank P

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First Case Scenario

UNFIT TO PRINT: 40,000 doctors and medical workers, and 835 reporters, received the CDC's report of

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Songs In The Key Of Life

Forget the made-for-TV Survivor -- AIDS makes frying rats for dinner seem like fine dining. Three long-term survivors tell Bob Lederer how t...

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