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POZ November 2001

POZ November 2001

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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Masters of Disasters

What does the AIDS epidemic have to do with the events of September 11? Nothing -- and everything.

Inside the Issue

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Out of the Chaos, Voices

I have horrible news -- two planes crashed into the World Trade Center!

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The Mighty ACT UP Has Fallen: The Philadelphia Story

But in the depressed city of Philadelphia, one chapter has defied the doomsayers-by changing all the rules.

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Hit Me, Baby, One More Time

Researchers have finally launched a study to prove whether or not HIVers can be "twice bitten" by their nasty bug.

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Final Chapters

At its raging late-'80s/early-'90s peak, ACT UP boasted some 70 chapters worldwide.

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Pilgrim's Progress

From his Islamic roots and Midwestern boyhood, through Middle East travels, crack addiction and AIDS, to September 11 and beyond, he has...

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St. Louis Blues

In St. Louis, a city with some 4,000 PWAs where blacks are nine times more likely than whites to get HIV, you might think citizens would...

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Obituary - Mychal Judge

Mychal Judge, 68, the Franciscan New York City fire department chaplain who died September 11 ministering to a fallen firefighter...

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Truth and Dare

Is Seth Watkins a moron or a role model for Gen-Y gay men?

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Dateline Dec. 1

What if they gave a World AIDS Day and nobody came?

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Psst...Get This

California Governor Gray Davis was hit with 5,300 signatures from concerned constituents urging him to sign a bill ensuring access to...

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Hope Screens Eternal

Southern Africa's big export this year -- just in time for World AIDS Day -- is a bushelful of TV documentaries about AIDS.

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Hearts & Crafts

Attention, shoppers! Here's the remedy for that holiday what-to-buy horror: gifts that give twice.

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Shelf Life

Anne Heche's flighty, flinty narcissism makes her a compelling actress but proves her undoing in Call Me Crazy (Scribner, $25).

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Treatment Interruptus

A leading STI researcher gives Rich Jefferys the scoop on the good, the bad and the experimental.

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New Drug Watch: Tenofovir

Seems like only yesterday that biotech Gilead Sciences was bowing to activist complaints over its stringent expanded-access eligibility...

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The Real Female Rubber

What's old just might be new again if Nancy Padian, PhD, has her way.

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Twice Bitten

Just because they already have a virus as big as the Ritz doesn't mean that HIVers aren't eligible for other infections.

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SAY WHAT?

"Care for children with HIV/AIDS is defiance against a virus that also [like terrorism] exerts deadly force against the innocent."

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Curve Ball

"Baseball Legend's HIV Link!"

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Heart Smart?

Fears of future ticker trouble may put atazanavir, Bristol-Myers Squibb's new once-daily protease inhibitor (PI), on the top of many HIVers'

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Darkness at Noon

When the planes hit the towers, more than America's innocence was lost. Doug Ireland reports on the end of AIDS as a public issue.

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Stranger in a Strange Land

After the attacks, many HIVers felt guilty, ashamed and alienated. Dr. Arthur Fox reports on what they can offer a wounded nation.

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Editor's Letter

The two hardest tasks for POZ Publisher Brad Peebles and POZ Editor in Chief Walter Armstrong are deciding on a cover and writing their...

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Mailbox

Thank you, Doug Ireland, for saying it like it is ("Missing in Action," August 2001).

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The Face of Terror

"God continues to lift the curtain and allow the enemies of America to give us probably what we deserve....“

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