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POZ March 1997

POZ March 1997

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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Larry Kramer Gets Angry

He's baaack, madder than ever and taking aim

Inside the Issue

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Radiant Radical

Susan Sarandon on AIDS, ACT UP and the difference between boys and girls 

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Adventures in Brain Chemistry

A diseased pariah dreams of the bluebird of happiness but wakes up with the chicken of despair

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Cackles, Cauldrons, and Carrots

Lori Cannon Feeds Chicago

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Johnny Appleseed

Breakfast, bullets and drugs are religion to John Iverson

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The Way To a Man's Heart

Christophe Martet cooks up some of Paris' best action

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Tools of the Trade

Karen Lyons has a hammer, and she's knocking down walls in Philadelphia

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Life Imitates Art

Coincidence or conspiracy -- you decide

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S.O.S.-March 1997

We need grass-roots activism as much today as when ACT UP began

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Mailbox-March 1997

"Your latest issue on blood and corporate greed is long-awaited (December 1996/January 1997)."

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Notes of a Native Son

New York Native publisher Charles Ortleb is surely the most dogged HIV dissident of our time.

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Out in the Cold

Drug users denied needles in needless Alaska study

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Cocktail Hour

Activists cry, "Put up your nukes!"

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Gallo's Humor

The virus-hunter loses this round

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Vanity Unfair

DMV to biker: "HIV POS" plate? Not!

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Uh-Oh, Canada

Sun to set on National AIDS Strategy?

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Dental Damns

Tooth tech with HIV gets army boot

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School for Scandal

Lambda teaches officials a lesson

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'Provide' Services

New, improved software for ASOs

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Goes Around, Comes Around

Karma sinks governor deaf to AIDS convict's plea

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Whatever Happened to Mary Jane

Feds pull rug out from under medical pot research

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The Buddy Line

A love song for a fallen fighter

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Rebel YELL

ACT UP's youth make their voices heard

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Bull's Eye

Koch supported Cardinal O'Connor during the 1989 St. Patrick's demonstration.

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Body at Work

An excerpt from Queer and Loathing: Rants and Raves of a Raging AIDS Clone

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Alive and Kicking

ACT UP's still fighting-and it's more needed than ever

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ACTing UP All Over

At ACT UP's height in 1991, the direct-action movement existed in 54 cities in the United States and Puerto Rico.

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Tabling the Situation

Activist Eric Sawyer balances chairs, birth order and brownstones

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POZ Picks-March 1997

Sights and sounds-the best in AIDS-related books, music, video, multimedia and theater

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ACT UP's First Days

The direct-action group that revolutionized patient advocacy began with strong convictions-of both the political and police variety

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5,985 and Counting

Larry Kramer calls for an entirely new system of how drugs are tested

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A Specific Point of View

Gagliostro and Finkelstein translated anger into art

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Dead Gorgeous

Is it so wrong to be the picture of health and a PWA?

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Sex and the Single Positoid

What's the mystery of dating a person with HIV? You get along or you don't

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Misplaced Lust

Sometimes feeling empowered isn't a victory-it's a consolation

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The Anger Channel

Bomb the White House or buy yourself a dozen white roses. But do something

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Dose of Reality

A former holistic hardhead finds the best in East and West

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Feeling Blue? Much to Do!

A guide to your options for treating depression

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Kicking Butt

How to plan a punchy AIDS action

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Expand Your Medicine Cabinet

Getting experimental drugs outside clinical trials

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Wean on Me

HIV doesn't tolerate milk, and now perhaps you can't either

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Feeling Queasy? Help is Easy

Try teas, bands, needles or weed

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The Right Stuff

Tips for choosing a good multivitamin/mineral tablet

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A Load Off His Mind

Sean Strub's viral load becomes undetectable and his CD4s balloon-but...

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Carbo Diem

Mix protein and pasta for the energy you need to seize the day-and first place

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Monkey Business

Jeff Getty talks about life after baboons

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Taking Action

The armadillo in danger rolls up-and gets run over.

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