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POZ May 1999

POZ May 1999

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Features

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A POZ Family Album

5TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUEWe’re in a sentimental mood. Since our first issue in May 1994, when cele

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Year One

APRIL/MAY 1994 In his first S.O.S., founder Sean O'Brien Strub sets the goal. Did we scor

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Year Two

April/May 1995 Andrew Sullivan orders up "Larry Kramer With Sugar on Top."

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Year Three

APRIL 1996Jeff Getty tells Bruce Shenitz why he respects doctors who risk his life.When we met in Ca

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Year Four

APRIL 1997For Larry Kramer, a little “Andrew Sullivan, True Believer,” goes a long way.T

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Year Five

MAY 1998 POZ’s commitment to a captive audience continues with this S.O.S.Thereis a facto

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POZ 5TH Anniversary Issue: Profiles

TY ROSSYou waxed on about two-stepping in your 1994 interview…The country-western phase is ov

Inside the Issue

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The Way We Live Now

Where the hell are we? POZ asked 27 authors, artists, and activists to explain these bizarre post-protease, pre-cure times. Their answers are...

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The Way We Live Now: Mario Cooper

Founder, Leading For Life

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The Way We Live Now: Richard Goldstein

Village Voice Executive Editor

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The Way We Live Now: Phill Wilson

AIDS Social Policy Archive

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The Way We Live Now: Kaiya Montaocean

Indigenous Medicine Advocate

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The Way We Live Now: Ashok Row Kavi

Editor, Bombay Post, India

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The Way We Live Now: Jason Farrell

Founder, Positive Health Project

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Honeymoon to HAARTache

 After living in the shadow of death for over a decade, the AIDS community heralded the proteas

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Monkey Business

Researchers nab genus of AIDS genesis

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S.O.S.

My friends who died have left me an inspired legacy.

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When Plagues Return

Laurie Garrett and Esquire magazine plot against complacency 

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To the Editor

My stomach turned in disgust and my T-cells probably dropped due to the stress of being so upset ove

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School Ties

Principal needs nod from parents

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The Bottom Line

CDC report on risky sex raises many fears, a few jeers 

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Up Close & Personal

Bareback-sex ads in the Bay Area Reporter have San Francisco’s Aggressive AIDS Prevention all

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Say What

Jailhouse Crock“[New York’s Department of Correctional Services’ James] Flateau no

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Two Peas in a POZ

March—the merry month of postmortem outings—came in like a lion with news that murder vi

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In Cold Blood

Canadian hemophiliacs blame Bill for HIV

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Oops!

Misdiagnosed men sue

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Rubber Poll

For the 22nd annual National Condom Week, America’s first rubber shop, Condomania, surveyed 1,

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Poster of the Month

The Zeal's on the Bus: Last winter, the newly logo'd amfAR slicked the nation's public transportatio

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Success Has Made a Failure of Us

A veteran looks at where treatment activism lost its way

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POZarazzi: The Bod Squad

Movers, shakers and troublemakers

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Saint Sorge

Harm reduction and heroin were his life

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Obits

VERNON “COPY” BERG, 47, an artist and one of the first to challenge a military discharge

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Anecdotal Antidotes

In my three and a half years at POZ , few tasks have been as difficult as deciding which treatments

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Get Over It

Free advice and a shot of attitude for head-and-nose aches

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Rubdown Lowdown

Massage can tune up your immune system and your mood

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The Berlin Stories

Call it the “Berlin Patient” cloning. Italian researcher Franco Lori, MD, and his collea

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T-20, Coming to a Combo Near You

Is anybody home?  That’s what people with multidrug-resistant HIV and no treatment option

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Pill Drill

Yes, it’s true: Drugs work better when you take them. Researchers from the University of Nebra

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Suck in Your Gut

Although just two percent of a person’s HIV is typically found in the bloodstream, most resear

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Put the Gart Before the Course

The push to use genotypic antiretroviral resistance testing (GART) for selecting meds gained support

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Where to Find It

Kaiya MontaoceanYou can contact the Center for Natural and Traditional Medicine at 301.772.8858. Asi

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The Skinny on Lipo

Treatment options for fat-gone-haywire 

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HAART Chart

The scoop on how many antiretroviral takers suffer side effects

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The Road to Wellville

For five years, POZ founder Sean Strub has bared his labs to the world via this column. Readers have had a front-row seat for the wild swings...

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IN MEMORIAM

Copy Berg, John Boswell, Michael Botkin, Harriet Browne, Gaylynn Brunnett, Michael Callen, Mark Cars

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