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POZ June 2007

POZ June 2007

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

Features

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Jagged Little Pills

Some drugs approved to treat HIV may also protect people not infected with HIV if taken before they engage in high-risk activities.

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Happy Feet

Two HIV-positive marathoners, Robert Benavidez and David Villegas, don't let the virus keep them from going the extra mile.

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Bunny Business

How Jeffrey Jenest, HIV positive for more than 20 years and openly gay, found his niche amid the relentlessly straight, sometimes triple-X..

Living

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Playing the Percentages

Combo therapy applies to lab numbers as well as meds

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Soul Survivors

Fat loss can hurt more than your self-image. A foot soldier's story.

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B Careful

A Hepatitis B med may breed HIV drug resistance.

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In the Running

New drugs and whole new class wowed in the 2007 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).

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Seeing Double

Treatments for hepatitis C begin to mimic those for HIV

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Write of Passage

Author Shawn Decker recalls how he grew up with HIV while his POZ readers were watching.

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Salad Daze

Nutritional dream or nightmare? It all depends on what you put in the bowl.

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From Here to Paternity

More and more positive men want children—and are finding that they can make them using their own genetic goods.

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Summer Share

The thing about sailing is the quiet.I live in New York City, where it is always noisy.

Talking

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Papa, Can You Hear Me?

Jenna Bush's new book about AIDS may sound suspiciously like Dad's same old policies.

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Outside Chance

Raising the bar on released inmates' treatment

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Send Us the Bill

Congress vs. better health care for positive people

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Climb Every Mountain

For this brave breed of HIV-positive mountaineers, the only way is up.

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Farewell Tour

A new CD won't let AIDS silence composers.

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Hot Dates

SisterSong’s conference is set to gab in Chicago. It promotes sexual empowerment for women of color, with topics including erotica and...

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Agent Provocateur

Most safe-sex campaigns shy away from showing sex.

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Mixed (Up) Media

The late Beowulf Thorne and Tom Shearer, founders of ’90s HIV zine DPN–Diseased Pariah News, were hardly ones to shy away from controversy...

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Another AIDS Movie for Philadelphia

But for 2007, the plotline's strictly on the down low.

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Say What

“Let me find out. I’m sure I’ve taken a position on it on [sic] the past.”

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Attention, K-Y Shoppers

Does your lubricant have you on a slippery slope toward HIV risk?

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The Next Best Thing to Being There

Sponsoring a child abroad gets a thoroughly modern online update.

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Getting Crafty

South African youth are sewing up answers to poverty and HIV.

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Baggage Claim

As Angelica finally meets her hot overseas Web date, who's the bigger flight risk?

etc.

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Editor's Letter

Speaking of Sex...

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Mailbox

Thanks for David Thorpe’s article “Filling Station” (February/March 2007) about lipoatrophy treatment.

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Catch of the Month

What are your best qualities? My optimism, my ability to be open and try new things.

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