In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
HIVers pumping! Biking! Blading! No, they’re not selling AIDS drugs.
Pumping iron and downing steroids got S.B. a body to die for.
Joe Westmoreland had all the right moves. Wasting syndrome is a real bitch.
Are fusion inhibitors the next big thing? Or just another fractured fairy tale?
The former Soviet Union is raising a lost generation.
AIDS activism birthed a litter of disease copycats. Now Cancer & Co. have made AIDS their scapegoat in a fight for funds.
In February, one of the epidemic’s hobgoblins reared its ugly headlines: “AIDS Study: Danger of Oral Sex High,” was typical of the media...
I must commend you and Paul Lekakis for your in-depth look at the issues facing many poz people in the “industry.”
When the news hit of Glaxo Wellcome’s plans to acquire SmithKline Beecham in a deal worth an estimated $76 billion in stock, shareholders...
The Jon Kaiser Wellness Center—the largest HIV private practice in San Francisco—closed its doors January 31.
(POZ February 1999)
The Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. opened up and said “ah” for a grip-and-grin oral HIV test.
Who’s that girl?” cried fashionistas when they saw the new face of FUBU (For Us By Us), the über-popular clothing line for the hip-hop set.
The CDC came under fire in January for diverting funds for hantavirus research to other diseases.
“I’m rad I’m deaf I don’t talk I’m 14 I’m telling the story.”
First-time author Joel Rothschild’s annus horribilis was not 1986, when he was diagnosed with AIDS, but 1994, when his best friend...
Everyone knows by now that Elizabeth Taylor kicked up more real-life drama than Martha hurled at George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
We always knew that former POZ cover girl Rebekka Armstrong’s rise, fall and redemption would make natural screen fodder.
Look out for Punks.
Don’t let the academic name scare you—there are great book reviews.
When Steven Greenstein died of AIDS at age 46 last year, a Jewish life ended.
Getting people of African descent involved in the epidemic is, I learned, equally challenging in Louisiana and Barbados.
The 10th annual AIDS Action National Leadership Awards, held in April, honored Frances Peabody.
Going Green in campaign 2000, Doug Ireland casts his vote for AIDS drug access, same-sex marriage and the uncynical.
Emily Carter’s new mall gig demands full hair and make-up. But does she want to play against type?
What do you call it when the year’s big news in treatment is postponing or stopping it? Lark Lands says it’s progress.
In the match of the millennium, most docs put their money—and their patients—on early intervention against HIV.
A passionately written and thoroughly documented battle plan against AIDS-related wasting.
A HIVer’s guide to finding the most consumer-friendly online pharmacy for filling your prescriptions.
A new law will let you bring home the bacon without having to sacrifice your Medicaid benefits.
It all started with Crixivan. My skin became so raw and dry I looked like a lizard, and I had painful patches on my back, arms and chest.
Sean Strub comes up short when tested for glutathione, the antioxidant that’s key to his immune function and liver health.
The day when the FDA finally gave the nod to DHPG and pentamidine, HIVers could breathe a sigh of relief.