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POZ May 1996

POZ May 1996

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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Aileen Getty Comes Clean

Shouldn't one of America's wealthiest PWAs have it all? Maybe having it all was part of the problem.

Inside the Issue

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Breathe Deeply and Hold

PWAs waiting for an alternative to Bactrim will just get blue in the face

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Family Affairs

The Young and the Restless pushes the AIDS envelope firmly but softly

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The Parent Trap

Jay and GayLynn Brummett wanted a child; the state of Nebraska gave them one -- until it received an anonymous call that GayLynn has AIDS.

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A Separate Peace

David North tells nothing but the truth, so help him God.

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Dressed to Empress

Philip Stoehr is a royal performance

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Accidental Activist

Laurie loves Baltimore, basketball and boys on bikes

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Adopting Attitudes

Looking to adopt? Call a lawyer first.

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Mind Manners

Lose your wallet? It's not dementia -- sometimes the brain just has a mind of its own.

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Breathe Easy Now

Project Inform offers options for stopping a major killer of PWAs

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Un-American Activities

River brings down the House (Committee on Obscenity)

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Troubling Signs, Holding Tight

Dr. Joseph Sonnabend analyzes Sean O. Strub's state of health

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From the Editor: Narrator

Choosing truths, telling stories

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My Mother, Myself

No matter how hard you try, you can't divorce your family

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A Good Sport

In the great gay utopia, sex is an Olympic event

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Move That Thing

Tips for designing an exercise program to make you feel good.

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S.O.S.

Woulda! Coulda! Shoulda!

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Marathon Man: Ric Munoz

HIV positive for more than a decade, Nike poster boy Ric Munoz has yet to slow down

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