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POZ June 2003

POZ June 2003

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

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Wish You Were Here?

Beyond the beaches and beautiful people lies a gritty mix of gays, blacks and Hispanics haggling for funds to fight the highest AIDS rates..

Inside the Issue

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Hitt and Run

When a towering figure in AIDS medicine and activism admits he had sex with a patient, it raises questions about the special bond between...

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A Kennedy Goes Global

Rory Kennedy, RFK's youngest, talks to Sean Strub about bringing world AIDS home in her docu-film Pandemic...and what she really thinks ...

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Clubbing

An HIVer got a fourth strike in March, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a minor, nonviolent offense can count as a repeat offender’s..

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Iraq, War & HIV

As POZ goes to press, U.S.-led forces and Saddam Hussein’s die-hards are in a death battle for Iraq.

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Follow the Diva

“I know George W. Bush's best friend, which doesn't mean he's like Bush—they couldn't be more opposite.”

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POX and All

Fearing biological attack, the U.S. military has vaccinated “multiple tens of thousands” of servicemembers against smallpox.

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ADAP to Feds: $ ASAP

Feds to HIVers: Hurry up and wait    

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The TAC Offensive

On South Africa’s Human Rights Day—honoring thousands of blacks arrested in non-violent apartheid protests on March 21, 1960...

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POS/NEG

Approximately 41 percent of South Africa’s prison inmates are now HIV positive, a 750 percent surge since 1995.

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Trendspotting

PWAs in the U.S. are living longer than ever, and the number of people with an AIDS diagnosis has risen for the first time since 1993...

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Dig That Pipeline!

A big buzz-maker at this year's Retrovirus confab? The HIV-meds pipeline is fuller than it's been in a loooong time.

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Dem Dere Eyes

They’re called the windows to the soul, but the eyes can also be a trouble spot for HIVers.

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Life Inside With C

Sure, HIV’s prevalent in prison, says Ernesto Lamadrid, MD, of Florida’s Lowell/Marion Correctional Institute—but not as much as its...

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That Bouncing Bug!

Baseline. Set point. Rebound. HIV docs throw these words around, but they’re not sports talk.

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Well, G Whiz!

Any HIVer with hepatitis C would love to “clear” it. But many may also have GBV-C, the hep C look-alike and that one you may want to keep.

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Smears For Straights?

A Paris study looked at 50 hetero male HIVers who said they had shot up but never taken it up the butt.

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Kentucky Fried Friendship

Michael Thompson had no formal training feeding PWAs (other than himself) when he and several pals started preparing meals for housebound..

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Soak 'N' Snooze

Meds have kept me healthy, so I haven’t had much to complain about for the 13 years I’ve had HIV (thank the Lord).

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Markdown for the Count

Tracking HIV progression (and whether or not you need meds) starts with tabulating T cells.

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Mailbox

My heartfelt thanks for including me in POZ.

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Thirtysomething...else

Ex-poster boy Brett VanBenschoten advances from activism to academia--and disavows what he said about discordance

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