In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
We’re in a sentimental mood.
In his first S.O.S., founder Sean O’Brien Strub sets the goal.
Andrew Sullivan orders up “Larry Kramer With Sugar on Top.”
Jeff Getty tells Bruce Shenitz why he respects doctors who risk his life.
For Larry Kramer, a little “Andrew Sullivan, True Believer,” goes a long way.
POZ’s commitment to a captive audience continues with this S.O.S.
Ty Ross, Kiyoshi Kuromiya, Raven Lopez, Shawn Decker and more get profiled.
Where the hell are we?
Former Surgeon General
AIDS Policy Analyst
Founder, Leading For Life
Village Voice Executive Editor
AIDS Social Policy Archive
California Prison Focus
Writer & Sex Columnist
Indigenous Medicine Advocate
Editor, Bombay Post, India
Writer, Sex Radical
Latino Commision on AIDS
Founder, Positive Health Project
The Balm in Gilead
POZ asked 27 authors, artists, and activists to explain these bizarre post-protease, pre-cure times.
After living in the shadow of death for over a decade, the AIDS community heralded the protease era with frenzied exuberance.
Researchers nab genus of AIDS genesis
My friends who died have left me an inspired legacy.
Laurie Garrett and Esquire magazine plot against complacency
My stomach turned in disgust and my T-cells probably dropped due to the stress of being so upset over your bareback articles.
Principal needs nod from parents
CDC report on risky sex raises many fears, a few jeers
Bareback-sex ads in the Bay Area Reporter have San Francisco’s Aggressive AIDS Prevention all steamed up.
“[New York’s Department of Correctional Services’ James] Flateau noted that ‘condoms are a security threat because inmates and visitor...
March came in like a lion with news that murder victims Gianni Versace and Matthew Shepard both had HIV.
Canadian hemophiliacs blame Bill for HIV
Misdiagnosed men sue
For the 22nd annual National Condom Week, America’s first rubber shop, Condomania, surveyed 1,000 people over the Internet in February.
The Zeal’s on the Bus: Last winter, the newly logo’d amfAR slicked the nation’s public transportation with “it ain’t over” awareness.
A veteran looks at where treatment activism lost its way
Movers, shakers and troublemakers
Harm reduction and heroin were his life.
Vernon “Copy” Berg, 47; Ryan Nakagawa, 40; John Watson, 44
In my three and a half years at POZ , few tasks have been as difficult as deciding which treatments
Free advice and a shot of attitude for head-and-nose aches
Massage can tune up your immune system and your mood
Call it the “Berlin Patient” cloning.
Is anybody home? That’s what people with multidrug-resistant HIV and no treatment options are yelling as they peer into the drug pipeline.
Yes, it’s true: Drugs work better when you take them.
Although just two percent of a person’s HIV is typically found in the bloodstream, most researchers focus on attacking the virus there.
The push to use genotypic antiretroviral resistance testing (GART) for selecting meds gained support from several recent studies.
If you want to ACT UP, the Philadelphia chapter can link you with activists near you.
Treatment options for fat-gone-haywire
The scoop on how many antiretroviral takers suffer side effects
For five years, POZ founder Sean Strub has bared his labs to the world via this column.
POZ remembers friends who died of AIDS in the five years since the magazine’s birth.