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POZ June 2013

POZ June 2013

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

Features

The Sound of Stigma

An essay by Mark S. King--an AIDS advocate, an author and a blogger living with HIV since 1985--on why HIV stigma among gay men persists.

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Artful Warriors

Visual AIDS fought early major battles against the virus with its “Day Without Art” and the red ribbon. Twenty-five years later, i...

From the Editor

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We Are Family

I'll never forget how accepted I felt seeing all the rainbow flags waving at my first LGBT pride parade.

Feedback

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Letters-June 2013

Behind the HeadlinesIn the article “A Broken System Births a Miracle Child” (March 7, 20

The POZ Q+A

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Out of the Shadows

Paul Semugoma, MD, an openly gay physician from Uganda, advocates for LGBT and HIV/AIDS issues.

POZ Planet

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Beyond the Pale

John Grant sings of HIV and Ernest Borgnine.

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Koch vs. Koop

Two legacies reveal opposite responses to the epidemic.

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The New 'Normal'

Celebs sign up for an HBO movie of Larry Kramer's AIDS play.

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Fountain of Youth

Chicago's Center for Gender, Sexuality and HIV Prevention is movin' on up.

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National HIV Coming Out Day?

Michael Kaplan, the CEO and president of AIDS United, proposed a National HIV Coming Out Day "to create a movement of people living with HIV t...

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To Be Continued

AIDS documentary How to Survive a Plague might return as an ABC miniseries.

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In the Beginning

New-York Historical Society looks at the epidemic's first five years.

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R.I.P. NAPWA

The AIDS group files for bankruptcy.

Voices

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Immigration Status

An edited excerpt of Ivan Espinoza-Madrigal's op-ed  titled "LGBT and HIV Equality Is at the Heart of Immigration Reform."

Care and Treatment

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GMHC Treatment Issues June 2013

Next steps for PrEP: Getting a proven prevention option to the people who need it

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Generics Save Money but May Come With Risks

As first-line HIV meds lose their patents, the U.S. health care system stands to save nearly $1 billion a year by switching to generic drugs.

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TasP Movement Gains Momentum

Research is suggesting with increasing clarity and certainty that successful antiretroviral (ARV) treatment is a highly effective means of pre...

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PIs in First Trimester Linked to Premature Births

Pregnant women who use protease inhibitors (PIs) during their first trimester have a more than 50 percent increased risk of premature delivery...

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Child 'Functionally Cured' of HIV?

In March, word spread around the globe about what appeared to be the first documented case of an infant “functionally cured” of HI...

Research Notes

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Prevention: New Understanding of Old Vaccine

To date, just one HIV vaccine trial has managed to demonstrate only moderate effectiveness.

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Treatment: CD4 Tests Needed Only Yearly?

If you have an undetectable viral load, getting a CD4 test more than yearly is probably a waste of time, money and any anxiety it may cause.

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Cure: Gene Therapy Has HIV in a Bind

Stanford scientists have created a new way to manipulate the genes of CD4 cells in order to buffer them against HIV infection.

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Concerns: Health Threats Outside of AIDS

“Non-AIDS events,” or NAEs, are a significant cause of sickness and death among people with HIV—in particular psychiatric, l...

POZ Survey Says

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The Doctor Is In

Like any other relationship, the one between you and your doctor is ideally based on openness and good communication.

POZ Heroes

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Trailblazer

When Ross Hayduk reached the summit of Mount Katahdin in Maine, he became the first HIV-positive man to hike 2,084 miles of the Appalachian Tr...

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