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POZ March 1999

POZ March 1999

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

Feature

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Dog Days in Malibu

Greg Louganis never thought he'd live this long, and he's loving every minute.

Inside the Issue

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Breathless

If you're sick and tired of being sick and tired, check for anemia -- it's easy to treat.

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Born in Flames

The short life and long legacy of David Wojnarowicz

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Gay Guru

Men and the art of satsung in the Castro

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Soldier of Fortune

The war against Edward Clayton

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Rare Gem

Onyx Teasley teaches school a lesson

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Marathon Man

See Steve run—for his life

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Race With the Angels

A positive crew rocks the boat—but doesn't tip it over.

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Mean Streets

NYPD crackdown on PWA activism

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S.O.S.

Do you ever worry that you’ve infected someone with HIV? I do.

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To the Editor

I hate to sound like a bigot but, come on, once immigrants get legalized, they get on every government agency list they can and...

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Ticket to Ride

HIVer gets POS plate

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Death by Disclosure

Doing “the right thing” did Amanda in

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Slip Off the Old Block

AIDS agencies pack it up

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Poster of the Month: Ruff Times

Ten thousand bucks is a lot to pay for a lost pooch, but George Holley of Norwalk, Connecticut, will gladly fork it over...

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FYI

Michael Stewart is not related to Brian Stewart, the Missouri dad found guilty of first-degree assault last December for injecting...

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Say What

“Riding bareback, especially when nude, is the ultimate foreplay.”

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HIV in the Hood

Inmate forced to stand trial in “spit net.”

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No Brownie Points

Scouts make girl with HIV pout

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Grades for AIDS

What better excuse than World AIDS Day to dish out the grades?

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French Twist

Immunologist Brigitte Autran flips HIV eradication on its head 

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Southern Discomfort

Got a job? Then you might get treatment. But most PWAs are on their own.

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Sister Act Up

Kathy Najimy comes out of Veronica's Closet to talk politics

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POZ Biz

In a galaxy far, far away, HIV is a chronic illness made manageable by “the force.”

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POZarazzi: Call It a Day

Twenty-four hours in the life of an epidemic

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Verse: Terminal Girl

“That dress fits you well,” you say, as you sculpt my right breast in the earth with feet no nails.

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Primary Concerns

Clinton's history. Who will disappoint us now?

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Obits

Russell Brady, 49; Peggy Ferro, 49; Stephen Smith, 34

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Naming Names

Will the squabble over HIV reporting tear us apart?

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Fast Company

Glaxo may be selling its newest nuke short—and wrong.

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Junk Mail

A countess of counterculture comes clean

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Life After Legacy

This Lazarus learned he wanted to leave something behind: himself 

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Spin Doctors

Release of two nonprotease antiretrovirals is another reminder of the importance of independent information sources.

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PWAs' Best Friend

Got a dog or cat? Want one? Check out these guidelines for safer petting.

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What's Up, Doc?

Over-the-counter advice

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HIV's Incredible Endgame

Cult members stood up by an alien spaceship aren’t the only adherents of mass suicide.

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The ABCs of Baby AZT

Late may be far better than never when it comes to using AZT to prevent transmission of HIV from mothers to babies

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Hit the Dirt

The latest potential HIV therapy comes from a surprising place: topsoil.

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Selling Sustiva

A “protease sparing” drug? Not so fast.

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Publish or Perish

The skinny on AIDS treatment newsletters

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Best of the Rest

There's POZ. And then there's the pack.

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Where to Find It

Fight for your right to take it to the streets!

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What a Waste

Marlene Diaz's fevery illness sparks a dangerous loss of muscle and organ tissue 

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Full Disclosure

Demitri Moshoyannis on leather, love and the talking cure

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People, Their Pets and Pet Peeves

I’m very close to Willy because he was my constant companion when I was ill.

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Parental Guidance

AmFAR chair Sharon Stone may not be a mom, but she has some basic maternal instincts.

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Aunt Evelyn's Letters

New Yorker Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, sent him daily in the ’70s.

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