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POZ June-July 1995

POZ June-July 1995

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

Feature

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Down for the Count

The savage ballet that is boxing confronts AIDS, deception and shattered dreams

Inside the Issue

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Second Wave, Second Thoughts

Prevention activism moves to the fore as safer sex is scrutinized

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AIDS' Next Frontier

Biotechs try to change how the system works

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Role Model

Supermodel Ryan Findlay helps New York City kids

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Banker's Hours

Chicago's Michael Pleasants is just getting started

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Pedigree Activism

Famous daughters Rory Kennedy and Vanessa Vadim fight for needle exchange

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Sex Positive

Porn star-cum-publisher Scott O'Hara wants to talk about it 

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Hey! Watch the Teeth

The mouth is an important early warning site.

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A Boy and His Toy

In which one young man learns to love himself -deeply

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Kitten Does Disability

Why do public services become public humiliation?

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Take Your Best Shot

Yes, yes, yes. The new hepatitis A vaccine is a good thing

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ADA Upheld

Federal court rules against dentist

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Don't Regulate My Body

Hello! It's not the place, it's the behavior

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Those Darned Kids

What filmmaker Larry Clark has made is a provocative drama that centers on 24 hours in the lives of a group of New York City street kids.

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Curb Your Dogma

Replacing one form of arrogance with another is just not the solution

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S.O.S.

Prevention efforts must recognize intimacy, desire and risk

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AIDS Sweeps Week

HIV comes to daytime TV for Day of Compassion

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White Line Fever

All AIDS roads go from Ryan White to Heather Locklear

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Hot for Teacher

A little discipline always puts HIV in perspective

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Diet and Exercise

Pharmacy: A long wait for drugs, but candy's available right away.

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New Test for HIV Itself

The procedure most people call "HIV testing" doesn't actually look for the virus in blood or saliva.

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