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POZ June 2004

POZ June 2004

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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Can We Talk?

Two neggie nobodies—in the company of one PWA activist vet—posed that simple question and got gay New York to answer to its crystal-meth.....

Inside the Issue

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Crimes of the Heart

The link between HIV and domestic abuse is intimate, dangerous and underidentified—but ASOs and domestic-abuse groups are finally reaching..

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Save ADAP!

That's what these HIVers and advocates shouted as they stormed Congress to demand funds for the program that gets the neediest of us...

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Meth Traps

New York isn't the only city battling the crystal-HIV connection

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How to Recognize Abuse--and Deal

The hardest part of getting out of an abusive relationship isn’t getting out—it’s knowing you’re in one. So how can you know?

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Loose Threads

With its founder fired, will the AIDS Quilt unravel?

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Milestones

Leading AIDS doc and advocate Scott Hitt had his medical license suspended April 7 for mutually masturbating with a patient.

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International Male

Preventionisto John Chittick wraps up his five-year “AIDS attack”

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Earthwatch

To inspire HIV openness, Malawi President Bakili Muluzi revealed in February that his brother had died of AIDS.

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Soap Dish

A simple solution for everyday HIV

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Briefs

A small Italian study suggests that the protease inhibitor atazanavir (Reyataz) may work as a booster for some other PIs.

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Black Tar Smack Attack

East Coast heroin users who can’t kick the habit should be California dreamin’.

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Female Troubles

When I picked up Paula Peterson’s Women in the Grove (Beacon Press, $20)—nine captivating stories about HIVer women—my own writerly...

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Comic Relief

South Africa's mighty tyke becomes an animated hero

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POS/NEG

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will send only 50 delegates to Bangkok, versus 236 to the 2002 confab.

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Double Exposure

HIV can ring twice. Are dual infections a mounting threat—or a molehill?

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Nutrients

Trying to prove that a specially formulated powder of 33 vitamins and minerals could help HAARTy HIVers with peripheral neuropathy (PN)...

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Paunch Punch

My STARS! The Serostim for the Treatment of Adipose Redistribution Study, that is.

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Report from Retro

Treatment tidbits from the HIV confab

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Tropical Trannie

When Christina Marsh talks HIV prevention to at-risk youth in Honolulu schools, all eyes and ears are on her.

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Depression

Group therapy faded the blues for Ugandans affected by HIV and suffering from depression.

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Warning Signs

Some 5 percent of HIVers display a hypersensitivity to the nuke abacavir (Ziagen), with symptoms including rash, abdominal pain, fever...

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Tunnel of Grub

Think nine inches long and cylindrical. Then get your mind out of the gutter and up to the gullet.

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Resources: Good News

10 advocates tab their favorite Web and print newsletters for treatment info.

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Skin Trade

M.C. Mars wrestles with a troubled lover's tempting invitation

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Editor's Letter

The three guys gathered around a table on our cover this month are making news for making noise about the plague of crystal-meth-related...

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Mailbox

I took your little sex survey [“The Naked Truth,” February/March 2004], but I feel it discriminates against us virgins.

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Trading Spaces

One veteran HIVer becomes a first-time homeowner

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