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POZ October 1999

POZ October 1999

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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Love Me Gender

Transgendered people with HIV are making the system work for them.

Inside the Issue

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21st Century Vax

Vaccine advances into unexplored territory, a place where prevention and treatment may meet.

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How to get There From There

Dr. Steve has nothing good to say about AIDS research and activism. He also has a map to the end of the epidemic.

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Fear of a Vax Planet

Our POZ correspondent decides to enter a VaxGen trial and faces a flood of emotions.

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S.O.S.

I recently spent an afternoon with an old friend, someone I have known for 20 years.

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To the Editor

Many thanks to Phill Wilson and POZ for making the connection between us in the United States and our sisters and brothers in Africa.

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The End of an Epidemic?

Second wave doesn't hold water, says sex survey

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General Delivery

U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher recently spoke with POZ about his vision.

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Veep Show

AIDS-drugs-for-Africa protests dog Gore, divide advocates and drive issue.

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Black Is...Black Ain't

Cornelius Baker may be the most effective black AIDS advocate on Capitol Hill. But has he lost touch with the streets?

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Memo for the Millennium

1. Demand that research devote increased attention to the preservation or renewal of the immune system’s CD4 cells.

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Addicted to Life

I have HIV and hep C, but addiction is my major disease.

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The Club Scene

Drug side effects are often the bane of an HIVer’s existence.

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Get Over It

How to mend an aching back and douse that dizzy feeling

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Nuking it Out

Often called the energy factories inside cells, mitochondria may suffer damage from nucleoside analogs.

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Babes Out of the Woods

There has long been an urgent need for an inexpensive preventive for mother-to-child viral transmission.

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A Vicious Cycle

Researchers search for an effective Plan B for suppressing HIV.

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First Things First

Treatment wonks always advise taking the long view when planning your initial drug regimen.

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On the Cutting Edge

HIVers, too, can have surgery safely

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Great White Hope

Stephen Gendin boosts his plunging neutrophils with a cloning drug

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Northern Light

Louise Binder keeps the activist fires burning. She laughs a lot, too.

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I Sing The Body Electric

Chuck Nanney is a poet of the protease age.

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