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POZ March 2000

POZ March 2000

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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Woman on the Verge

Or, You Can Have My Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors When You Pry Them From My Dead, Cold Fingers

Inside the Issue

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The River Runs Through It

Contaminated polio vaccines started AIDS in Africa in the ’50s. A National Enquirer headline? No.

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The Jelly Revolution

If a new crew of activists has its way, a slew of topical goops and jams just may be the solution to stop the spread of HIV.

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Let’s Dance

Who says AIDS can’t make you kick up your heels?

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Publisher’s Letter

We have something in common, and it’s not just HIV.

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Mailbox

“Both Sides Now” was absolutely fantastic.

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Catching Up With...

(POZ March 1999)

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Call The Cops

With the defeat of efforts to lift the federal ban on syringe swaps, clean-needle pushers are learning that all politics is local.

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Say What?

“Give ’em dirty needles and let ’em die. I don’t understand why we think it’s important to keep [junkies] alive.”

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Big Bro

The CDC recommendations of requiring all states to report the names of people who test HIV positive shocked the many in the AIDS community.

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Chew the Stat

The United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) released new stats just in time for the yearly World AIDS Day media feeding frenzy.

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NEG/POS

Giving condoms to teens in sex ed was more successful than an abstinence-only curriculum and did not contribute to youth having sex sooner.

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Trade Route To Riot

The media dubbed it the Battle of Seattle. More than 50,000 wildly colorful, mostly peaceful demonst

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Bookmark This

These two have been accused of being all about AIDS, all the time.

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Nana’s Natural Remedy

It is just after World AIDS Day when I meet up with Nana Makhanya, a sangoma, or traditional healer, in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Underground Railroad

U.S. 90 runs alongside the swamps and bayous of southern Louisiana. The old highway makes a picture-perfect Sunday drive.

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Milestones

AIDS and Adolescents Network of New York (AANNY) comes to an end

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The Body Politic

Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura wrestles with AIDS and pins the feds to the mat in a chat with Doug Ireland.

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High Crimes

Lillian Thiemann was once bad news in a dark alley. Now she’s shooting from the hip about her life after “the life.”

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Low Blows

Nondisclosing HIVers are being sent to the slammer for having sex. Arthur S. Leonard tracks a terrifying trend.

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Trip The Light Magnificent

Actor Judith Light shines hers on these dark days for activism and shares Wit and wisdom with POZ Deputy Editor Jeff Hoover.

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Relatively Speaking

In the soup when it came time to do the disclosure deed with Big Mama and her big tribe, LeRoy Whitfield asks, “Is HIV-infected blood st...

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A Tricky Combination

To unlock the secret of maximizing antidepressant and antiretroviral power, the right combo is key  

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Beat The Blues

It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to defeat depression. But you do have to get yourself help.

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Down But Not Out

Stephen Gendin enters the valley of depression and starts the climb back.

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Comfort Zone

After a year of taking my meds, people began to comment on how skinny my arms and legs were.

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Tendergroin District

Jock itch isn’t just for bullies anymore  

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The Matrix

Picture a traffic light that directs HIV into and out of the cells where the virus does its dirty wo

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Beyond Eradication

Top AIDS researcher Anthony Fauci sees the future in planned med breaks and immune boosters  

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Herb Of The Month

Panax Ginseng

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ddIDay

Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain: Too many HIVers accept these as business as usual—a bad idea

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3.29.89: Fine Toon

I became a cartoonist because of Garry Trudeau, and the three panels above are a good example of why.

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