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POZ May 2000

POZ May 2000

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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Fitness 2000

HIVers pumping! Biking! Blading! No, they’re not selling AIDS drugs.

Inside the Issue

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Big Trouble

Pumping iron and downing steroids got S.B. a body to die for.

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Size Matters

Joe Westmoreland had all the right moves. Wasting syndrome is a real bitch.

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This Little Drug Went To Market

Are fusion inhibitors the next big thing? Or just another fractured fairy tale?

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The New Opiate for the Masses

The former Soviet Union is raising a lost generation.

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The Attack of the Killer Causes

AIDS activism birthed a litter of disease copycats. Now Cancer & Co. have made AIDS their scapegoat in a fight for funds.

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Editor’s Letter

In February, one of the epidemic’s hobgoblins reared its ugly headlines: “AIDS Study: Danger of Oral Sex High,” was typical of the media...

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Mailbox

I must commend you and Paul Lekakis for your in-depth look at the issues facing many poz people in the “industry.”

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Merging Medicine Chests

When the news hit of Glaxo Wellcome’s plans to acquire SmithKline Beecham in a deal worth an estimated $76 billion in stock, shareholders...

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Kaiser Rolled

The Jon Kaiser Wellness Center—the largest HIV private practice in San Francisco—closed its doors January 31.

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Catching Up With

(POZ February 1999)

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Action Jackson

The Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. opened up and said “ah” for a grip-and-grin oral HIV test.

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A Great Hydeia

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.

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NEG/POS

The CDC came under fire in January for diverting funds for hantavirus research to other diseases.

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Deaf Jam

“I’m rad I’m deaf I don’t talk I’m 14 I’m telling the story.”

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A Signal Man

First-time author Joel Rothschild’s annus horribilis was not 1986, when he was diagnosed with AIDS, but 1994, when his best friend...

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A Queen Who Cares

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?

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Lensing Up

We always knew that former POZ cover girl Rebekka Armstrong’s rise, fall and redemption would make natural screen fodder.

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Festival Fare

Look out for Punks.

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Mastur Class

Don’t let the academic name scare you—there are great book reviews.

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Covered Reflections

When Steven Greenstein died of AIDS at age 46 last year, a Jewish life ended.

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Paradise Paradigms

Getting people of African descent involved in the epidemic is, I learned, equally challenging in Louisiana and Barbados.

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Milestones

The 10th annual AIDS Action National Leadership Awards, held in April, honored Frances Peabody.

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President Nader

Going Green in campaign 2000, Doug Ireland casts his vote for AIDS drug access, same-sex marriage and the uncynical.

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War Paint

Emily Carter’s new mall gig demands full hair and make-up. But does she want to play against type?

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Welcome To Conservatism

What do you call it when the year’s big news in treatment is postponing or stopping it? Lark Lands says it’s progress.

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Put Up Your Nukes

In the match of the millennium, most docs put their money—and their patients—on early intervention against HIV.

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Shelf Life

A passionately written and thoroughly documented battle plan against AIDS-related wasting.

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Time For An E-Full

A HIVer’s guide to finding the most consumer-friendly online pharmacy for filling your prescriptions.

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Work In Progress

A new law will let you bring home the bacon without having to sacrifice your Medicaid benefits.

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Comfort Zone

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.

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Get High on Glutathione

Sean Strub comes up short when tested for glutathione, the antioxidant that’s key to his immune function and liver health.

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Herb Of The Month

Peppermint

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5.2.89: Take Two

The day when the FDA finally gave the nod to DHPG and pentamidine, HIVers could breathe a sigh of relief.

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