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POZ November 2000

POZ November 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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Grin and Cast It

You may have to hold your nose. But by voting for prez you'll help pick the next commander-in-chief of the world's war on AIDS.

Inside the Issue

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City of Love

Donna Minkowitz travels to Philadelphia and gets stoned on compassionate conservatism.

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Down and Out in L.A.

Neither low-flying helicopters nor high-handed platform committee neglect could quite keep AIDS in the Democratic Party shadows this year.

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As Cool as Ice

Rudy Galindo skated his way from the trailer park to the winner's circle.

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The Secret Life of Syphilis

Daniel Wolfe launches a new series examining the links among dueling diseases

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Easy Rider

Taking part in an AIDS Ride is life-changing.

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Wheel of Misfortune

Despite the popularity of AIDS rides, Pallotta TeamWorks, the team responsible for producing them, has sparked its share of controversy.

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Raising Lazio

The HIV dissident movement may prove to be an unlikely but deciding factor in the highest-profile congressional race of this year's election

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POS/NEG

A Taiwanese credit agency hired PWAs as debt collectors to scare clients into paying their dues.

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Love Connection

If Paula Pagan could have everything she wanted in a man, he would come with eyes like Billy Dee Williams' and a head as bald as Mr. Clean's

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Pick Me!

Websites with personal ads and chat rooms for HIVers range from those for people who just want to talk dirty to ones for hopeless romantics.

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Comic Belief

Marvel Comics animator talks with POZ about Pedro Zamora, his former Real World housemate.

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Daytime Drama

The HIV conversation reaches ABC soap opera

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Catching Up With...Flor Monterossa

(POZ November 1999)

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La Quinceañera de Allgo

The Austin Latino/Latina Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Organization (ALLGO) is celebrating la quinceñara, 15 years of struggle.

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Survivor: The Sex Episode

There's a chilling (to me) moment in Sex: The Annabel Chong Story.

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Milestones

The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association honored Donna Futterman, MD, for her trailblazing research.

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A Watched Pot Boils

The first study of HIVers who toke finds the weed won't mess with your meds but -- pass the brownies! -- may help you put on the pounds.

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Herb Of The Month

Goldenseal

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Staying Syphi-less

Syphilis is on the rise among some people with HIV.

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Shelf Life

One major omission: the few promising studies of alternative treatments.

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Pure Gene-ius

Leading geneticist Alan Lambowitz, Ph.D., introduces introns, a breakthrough that may make gene therapy safe and effective against HIV.

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Chug-A-Bug

Bugging your kids may turn out to be the right thing to do if they're living with HIV.

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Time for T

A recent yearlong trial of through-the-med-mill HIVers showed encouraging results with T-20, an experimental antiretroviral.

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Delayed Reaction

Glaxo Wellcome warns of abacavir (Ziagen) usage the second time around

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Comfort Zone

We all know how bad smoking is, and as an asymptomatic HIV positive guy, I'm doing my best to stay healthy.

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The Alopecia Trail

Leaving your locks on clothing, pillows and others' shoulders? Nurse lets her hair down on hair loss.

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Commanding Heights

At age 7, Margaretha DeJesus may be thin, but not to worry: What's more important is that she's shooting up very fast.

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Patriot's Day

A case of the old "Is it KS or just a bruise?" panic leaves Emily Carter proud to be an American.

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Micro Money

Low-cost, low-profile legislation in a hyped-up election year could change the course of the epidemic -- and improve your sex life!

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Film Noir

Marlon Riggs' film Tongues Untied premiered in San Francisco November 3, 1989.

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Athletic Supporters

These two sports starlets are stepping up to the plate to talk tough about AIDS. Michelle Tan gets game and the scoop.

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S.O.S

People with AIDS face a quandary when voting for the next president November 7.

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Mailbox

The story about HIV criminalization was good, but the headline “America’s Most Unwanted” was a really poor decision.

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