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POZ June 2008

POZ June 2008

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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Sergeant Ozzy Ramos Comes Home

Ozzy Ramos grew up on Brooklyn's tough streets and in the even tougher Marine Corps—but neither prepared him for losing his wife, daught...

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A Tale of Two Cities

Only eight miles separate Oakland and San Francisco. But their responses to AIDS couldn't be further apart. In well-funded San Fran, more than...

Living

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Bones: An Owner's Guide

Everyone with HIV is vulnerable to bone thinning and bone loss. Here's how to stand up to the problem.

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CD4 Recipe

Ever wonder how CD4 cells learn their job? Produced in the bone marrow, they travel to the thymus, a gland in your upper chest, where they're...

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Hey, Babies

Federal health guidelines on pediatric HIV delivered a big change this past January: They now recomm

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Starting to Gel

For positive people, an effective microbicide gel, applied vaginally or rectally to prevent HIV tran

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Yes, yes, nano

Meds may get smaller and easier via nanotechnology.

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The Truth About Cats

The psychological benefits of living with (don’t say “owning”) a cat may cut your

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Gut Check

Deep belly fat (visceral adipose tissue, accumulated through aging or as a side effect of HIV meds) can be annoyingly durable.

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Hep to Weed

A 2008 study evaluated people with chronic hep C (HCV)—including some coinfected with HIV&mdas

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Slam Dunk

Falling into the benefits gap known as the doughnut hole—and how to climb out

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Prezista Press

Two bulletins on Prezista (darunavir), the HIV protease inhibitor approved two years ago this month:

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Deep Breath

If your daily schedule doesn’t allow for hours of meditation, try this prescription from Danie

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Lives on the Line

An HIV benefits hotline director reveals your most common questions —and gives answers that work.

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Spot Check

Some quick and easy steps for self-improvement —one problem area at a time

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Separated at Birth

This June, HIV turns 27. It was in June 1981 that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fir

Talking

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Hipper Hop

How can the hip-hop industry fight HIV when its music seems to fuel it?

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Flesh for Fantasy

Porn goddess Chi Chi LaRue urges a boycott of barebacking videos.

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Mixed Doubles

HIV-negative Ben Munisteri is tired of explaining—and defending—his two long-term relationships with positive men.

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Hall Monitor

Despite activist cries, a state law requiring the disclosure of students' HIV-positive status hangs on.

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Moral Minority

A positive chaplain's crusade for needle exchange

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From Roger With Love

Mention James Bond in the same sentence as HIV prevention, and you'll leave AIDS advocates shaken, not stirred.

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Red Ribbons and Checkered Flags

As NASCAR competition heats up this summer, here's to one racing legend whom HIV left in the dust.

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Sunday School AIDS

The black church is the backbone of the African-American community, but it has also reinforced HIV s

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Mayors Get Testy

June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, and the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) is aga

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POZ/NEG-June 2008

Our positive and negative feelings for four HIV divas

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Oh, Brother

A stock character on TV “reality” shows is the scheming homosexual—who rattles the

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The Insiders

At a Harlem center for people with HIV, healing begins within. 

etc.

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Editor's Letter-June 2008

Semper Fi

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Mailbox-June 2008

Warrior KingI applaud HIV-positive Apache Kory Montoya’s dedication, resilience, courage and t

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