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POZ June 2005

POZ June 2005

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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Fighting Femmes

The women of France’s Femmes Positives want the right to put their infectors behind bars.

Inside the Issue

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The amfAR’s new clothes

As Dr. Mathilde Krim “a.k.a. the Mother of AIDS advocacy” passes the amfAR torch to classy designer Kenneth Cole, her once-great...

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Warm Reception

Your doc’s receptionist can be a secret weapon in the HIV wars. Here’s how to keep ’em on your side.

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White Smoke In Our Eyes

Will the new pope get religion on rubbers--and redeem the Church?

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Hepatitis on the Block

In a small study, Pegasys and methadone didn’t interact badly, so dose adjustments aren’t necessary if you’re taking both.

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High On Adherence

Mary Jane May Not Muddle All Med Takers

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A Positive Campaign

Inside a Mayor’s West (Hollywood) Wing

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Founder’s Letter

The trend to prosecute people with HIV who have sex deemed “unsafe” (as defined by state legislatures) or without disclosing their status....

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Earthwatch: Generic Meds

How cheap drugs are faring amid global challenges

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On The March!

POZ’s C2EA countdown

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Milestones

AIDS services vet Mark Cloutier will head the San Francisco AIDS Foundation starting June 1.

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The Plots Sickens

The POZ sweeps: rating the televiral season

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POZ Picks Gay Pride

Read POZ columnist Kevin Bentley’s compulsively sexual memoir, Let’s Shut Out the World (Green Candy Press, $14.95).

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Medi - Mess

In 2006, Karen Bates, who qualifies for both Medicare and Medicaid, will get her HIV meds through a new, “modernized” plan—or will she? 

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How to Treat “Untreatable” HIV

From last winter’s media frenzy, you’d think the New York City man infected with the highly resistant, very aggressive strain of HIV...

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Read It Or Weep

Ignore those fine-print drug package inserts at yourown risk. 

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Live and Let Die?

HIVers were mulling medical proxies and end-of-life decisions long before the vicious family battle over Terri Schiavo’s feeding-tube fate..

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Did Common Just Come Out?

Viacom and Kaiser Family Foundation have turbocharged their “Knowing Is Beautiful” campaign for June 27’s National HIV Testing Day.

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Legal Eye

An HIV positive friend is having unprotected sex without disclosing to partners.

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Quick Study

HIV-related bone loss

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Why.....

...Do some pesky side effects vanish, while others hang on?

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Book nook

All-time faves and a POZ-reader freebie

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Mailbox

Your disclosure advice should clarify that sometimes it benefits an employee to disclose in the workplace.

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When Push Comes To Drag

A Rural ASO Gets Footloose for Funds 

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