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POZ May 1997

POZ May 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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Don’t Call Him ‘Poster Boy’

Moises didn’t know how to dance. For a Puerto Rican, that is worse than death.

Inside the Issue

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Plastic Explosion

More people with HIV are going under the knife. Here's how.

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Who's Afraid of Reinfection?

Skeptics say, "Throw the condoms away." But with drug-resistant virus, STDs and other risks, positive couples are thinking twice.

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Saving Faces

Keith Lewis puts a positive spin on the modeling business

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Grandmother Theresa

Theresa Mirabile survives the Mob, drugs and AIDS in the family

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Surgical Rotations

Dr. Alan Morrison's headside manner

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Fate Expectations

Despite the hype, Cynara Chapman-Dillon doesn't feel any better

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Mirror Image

Tom Bianchi shoots from the hip

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S.O.S.

Young girls with HIV--put the blame at Donna Shalala's cold feet

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Mailbox-May 1997

Your thoughts on our April issue.

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On Native Ground

An HIV heretic hails Charles Orleb, hero

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Move Over, Elmo

AIDS awareness goes pop

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Devil's in the Data

Embarassment of riches at drug confab

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Cheesehead Shalala

Is Donna putting politics before lives?

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Don't Cry for Me, Marijuana

Peron's joint reopens as he faces life behind bars

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The Pot Thickens

Officials stonewall on study of THC benefits

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Fellatio Felon

HIV hooker under house arrest for talking sex

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Diver Dissed

Olympian is a lightning rod for loathing

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French Roast

 "Docs with HIV, down with your scalpels!"

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AZT Linked to Cancer in Mice

But experts pooh-pooh panicked moms

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The Philadelphia Story

Was a serial syringe stabber on the loose?

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Fashion Victims

APLA sues author of dishy tome

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Say What

What's being said about HIV/AIDS

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Legacy-Tom Stoddard

How the boy next door made the world a safer place for gays and lesbians

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Skin Deep

Some AIDS disabilities are only in the eye of the beholder

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Fall

In New York's streets

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She's Going to Live!

ER shows that AIDS on TV doesn't always equal death

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Obitu-Parry

The obituary page has never been the same since the onset of the AIDS epidemic.

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A Delicate Bully Pulpit

As Miss America, Leanza Cornett went where no activist had gone before

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La Dolce Morte

If life is a box of chocolates, then eat the whole damn thing

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Damned but Beautiful

This boy's not giving up the butt without a fight

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Dressed for Arrest

The day the suits seized the street

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POZ Picks-May 1997

Music, books and theater

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Hymn to a Gym

A defense of beauty and brotherhood, muscles and manly love

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Bodies of Work

To HIV positive lensperson David Morgan, a good guffaw is the best medicine

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Healing Beauty

Life's indeed a pageant, but you're the only judge

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Longtime Companion

Our pets follow us faithfully--even into sickness

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For Doom, the Bell Tolls

Uh-oh. Love means eventually having me to say you're HIV

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Whatta Cut Up

Is losing your looks really that bad? One man says yes

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Health Club Horrors

The weights harbor herpes, the Stairmaster sprouts staph, and the sauna--don't ask!

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Detoxicology

Purging your toxins can boost your health

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Protein Power

One piece of any wasting-prevention program is getting enough of this vital nutrient

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The Missing Zinc

Shoring up an essential mineral can strengthen immune function and more

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Bad Blood

A new study warns against the dangers of blood transfusions

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Lovely Labs

Sean Strub's standard blood work suggests good health

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The Biology of Beauty

Working out, watering down and eating well--all help you look good

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It's My Party

Gay glamourboy Thom Collins goes straight and narrow

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Beauty

Makeup is expensive to seem magical.

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