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POZ June 2009

POZ June 2009

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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The King of AIDS Awearness

Fashion designer Kenneth Cole is famous not only for his designs, but also for his marketing campaigns that sell shoes, belts, handbags and cl...

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Maddow About You

Rachel Maddow, the host of MSNBC's white-hot The Rachel Maddow Show, has been an avid AIDS activist for years.

Living

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The L+ Word

Lesbians living with HIV/AIDS may not register in the statistics, but they count as much as anyone else.

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Starting HIV meds

If you haven't started HIV meds, the flurry of recent news about the best time to begin could be confusing.

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Under New Management

You might be sick of hearing that HIV is now “manageable,” but it’s good to know that you can control some other aspects of your health.

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The Word: PK Booster

Many HIV meds need a lift—another drug that increases their level in the blood, making them more effective.

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Smoke Gets In Your Fur

We don't need more studies to prove that smoking is bad for our health, but if you need a scare to help you quit, here's one.

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Hot Flashes

Testosterone for women: Low testosterone levels often cause irregular periods, fatigue, and weight and bone loss in women with HIV.

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RIP:IL-2

We've been talking about Proleukin (interleukin-2, or IL-2, used to treat melanoma and kidney cancers) for more than 15 years.

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Under One Roof

Recession, depression—whatever you call it, many of us are feeling the pinch.

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Vital Vitamins

The mainstream press continues to bash the benefits of vitamins.

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Prison Health Care: Sickening

Anyone who has spent time in a U.S. prison (including some 25 percent of all HIV-positive Americans) already knows: HIV rates behind the...

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Home, Sweet [New] Home

Take the stress out of moving and settling into a new neighborhood—with HIV.

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It's All About The Benjamins!

POZ helps you save 100 bucks or more each month.

Talking

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Real Life Survivors

When will more people living with HIV start getting real...on television?

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Imperfect Attendance

Shari Margolese struggles with her son's decision not to disclose his HIV status at his new school.

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Shining Light

Annie Lennox gives voice to those fighting the virus.

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POS/NEG

Our positive and negative take on items in the news

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(Un)deniable Evidence

A college professor takes on AIDS naysayers in his latest book.

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Fill in the Blank

New campaign asks Chi-Town to take action.

etc.

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Cruz Control

Diagnosed with HIV in 1991 at the age of 21, Damaries 'Dee' Cruz was told that she had just one year to live. In 2009, however, she looks forw...

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Editor's Letter

Enlightening the Populace

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Your Feedback

Feminists have to include women of color [as well as] poor and working-class white women.

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GMHC Treatment Issues

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