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POZ May 1998

POZ May 1998

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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Just His Imagination

Joni? Dagmar? Jean Cocteau? Will the real John Kelly please come out?

Inside the Issue

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Down On the Pharm

Loose lips fill 'scrips

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From Unsafe to Ill

Who's responsible for new infections? Criminalization says it's the PWA. Prevention says both partners. Right now, criminalization's winning

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Power Plants

A key ingredient in my decision-making about treatments is how they make me feel," Hal Kooden says.

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Take a Letter, Shalala

Dear Uncle Sam c/o Aunt Donna

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Sherri on Top

Come to the HIV, old chum

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Jibe Talk

Riding the rough waves of the Pacific and HIV

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AIDS and the Single Girl

Looking for makeup tips, she found HIV

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Lazarus: Love Among the Ruins

A miracle man goes where friends cannot follow

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Survey: A Council Resigned

The president's AIDS advisors bark but don't bite

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Plant Primer

The dirt on choosing and using herbs

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S.O.S.

Texas prisons hand out death sentences with pills to HIV positive inmates

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Garden Variety

A bouquet of botanicals used in HIV infection

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Spit Tune

The FYI on TSP

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Life: Good Pill Hunting

A survivor meditates on kinder, gentler medications

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Last Laugh: Impossible Dream

The protease side effect no one's talking about

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What's The Point?

Puncture pundits square off on devilish data

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Read This: Heroic Measures

In A Fragile Circle, Mark Senak closes his with memories of the early days

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Number's Up

CDC gives thumbs down for unique identifier

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Mother's Little Helpers

Triple cocktails for two

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A Yale Tale

Doc-to-be sues an Ivy League for HIV

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The Big Sleep

Kevorkian-wannabe convicted

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Bearback

The first-ever Broadway Bears auction, starring 40 one-of-a-kind cubs dressed in handmade costumes

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Say What

"We've actually talked to younger gay men who say, 'So I get infected at age 25, develop AIDS by age 35, take drugs for another five years, so...

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More Life: Even Tough Guys Get HIV

A boy from the Bronx walks out of the neighborhood

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Tribute: My Brother, My Self

Carl Vogel endures in his sister's acclaimed work and in his father's ASO

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HIV Naysayers Find Their Achilles' HEAL

An "AIDS dissident" movement draws on PWA disgust with medical hype--but sacrifices truth and safety in the process

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If I Grow Up

If I Grow Up is a collection of stories Scott Fried has amassed in his five-year quest to teach teenagers about AIDS and self-respect.

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The Normal Heart

The Normal Heart is the Titanic of AIDS plays -- Titanic the movie, not the ship.

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Gay Widowers: Life After the Death of a Partner

Gay Widowers is a vault of memory; it holds essays that will make you sad, mad, even laugh.

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Won From the Heart

J. Michael Bell has gathered recipes from the most diverse group of people you could imagine.

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