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POZ November 1997

POZ November 1997

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

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POZ Cover November 1997

Elizabeth Taylor Tells the Truth

Why she’ll never marry again...how Donna Shalala is almost a murderer...where you can go if you dis Michael Jackson.

Inside the Issue

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S.O.S.

We’ve had too many prevention efforts based on lies.

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Letters to the Editor—November 1997

As a prisoner living with AIDS, I must tell you that the $18,110 federal grant spent on an AIDS education video for city jails is ridiculous

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The Last Auction Hero

Royal rummage sale raises riches for AIDS

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Suicide Ride

Self-deliverance denied

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Twisted Sisters

Gene mutations linked to disease delay

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Kiss Hysteria

Media gives lip service to saliva scare

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French Toast

A “glimmer of hope” for immune restoration

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Code Blue

One-use needle activists

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Coffee Talk

Sip, test and cruise

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A Spot of Pot

Blurbs for the herb a Brit hit

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Shalala Infections

With the ban on federal funding for needle-exchange still in effect, philanthropist George Soros gave a shot in the arm to syringe swaps.

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Child’s Play

No-care day care

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Blanket Denial

New ads for quilt lay on the guilt

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Hurray for Hollywood!

Tinseltown showers protease on players

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Say What—November 1997

Fag on the Rag and more

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Obituaries—November 1997

Marvin Glass; Herbert José de Souza, 60

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Tribute—Nigel Finch

The lost language of one of Britain’s most offbeat filmmakers

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True Brit

PWAs get big benefits, free drugs and plenty of attitude

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Baste Not, Want Not

A good man may be hard to find, but an ordinary kitchen utensil isn’t

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Suicide Watch

Marcus Wayland gives Sylvia Plath a run for her money

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Passage From India

In the UK, 21 years does not a native make

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Choosing HIV?

HIV uses our forces of desire as its means of transmission

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Different Strokes

Where do we go from here? These essays are all over the map

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Far End of the Continuum

Britain’s feisty AIDS-dissident mag is always provocative

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The Princess and the PWA

Lee Davy King remembers tea with Diana

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POZ Picks

Seven years after his death from AIDS at the age of 31, Keith Haring’s legacy is alive and kicking.

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Even Cowboys Get the Clues

A treasure hunt leads one man (and a filmmaker) to the goods

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Hope Against Hope

We finally have effective treatments. It‘s time we did real prevention

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Tit for Tat

When I was in England, a stranger asked me for a spare fag. You can imagine what happened.

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Choosing HIV?

HIV uses our forces of desire as its means of transmission

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Common Lives, Uncommon Art

A British Playwright explains why his AIDS oeuvre isn’t about AIDS

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London’s Burning

Hot! Hot! Hot!

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The Symphony Plays On

Edmund White on being a lone wolf and longtime survivor, teddy bear and rapist...and why he stopped speaking to Larry Kramer

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Spiritual Ecology

The organic work of laconic British painter “S" speaks for itself. But what is saying?

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Immaculate Infection

How you got it doesn’t matter, but it makes all the difference

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Viral Communion

There’s life beyond condoms

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Lost in Space

There‘s no place like serenity

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Continental Drift

It’s always fascinating to see how medical perspectives vary by nationality and culture.

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Slow the Flow

Dietary diligence can diminish diarrhea

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Living on the Edge

A cautionary tale about ahead-of-the-pack treatment decisions

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Be True to Your Stool

Diarrhea that won’t quit calls for a thorough set of stool tests

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Go Coconuts

A source of “good” fat for those with fat malabsorption

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Putting a Wrench In It

BBC Radio’s Nigel Wrench voices his opinions on living with AIDS

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Sex as Science

Sperm are tiny and wriggle; the egg is large and waits.

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