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POZ October 2002

POZ October 2002

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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Tough Act to Swallow

Multis and powders and herbs -- oh, jeez! Angling to nail exactly which nutrients HIVers need beyond what's on their plate, intrepid New Yorke...

Inside the Issue

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Worlds Collide

Barcelona 2002 served up the usual: data, dish, despair -- and a few bright hopes

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Alone on the Range

"Out there," you have to travel all day to get to a decent doctor. If your neighbors find out, you could be run out of town. Your only HIV pos...

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Two-Timin' Man

Elbowing out his gay AIDS czar, Bush turns far right to embrace an anti-condom queen as Congress girds to attack AIDS groups

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New Head, Same Hydra?

The enemy of my enemy is my...enemy? That's the conundrum for AIDS advocates on both wings of the po

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Mup Roar

Did she get it from Grover? We may never find out. Despite a rumor that launched a week-long media M

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Land of Oz

"Apathy Is Lethal," a brave, new ad campaign from the UN Foundation, will try to prod yawning Yanks

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Merger Mania

Should HIVers shudder in terror at the spectre of big drug companies being swallowed up by bigger on

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AZT Fraud?

It may be a classic case of AIDS activist David taking on Big-Pharma Goliath, but some advocates com

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Off The Cuffs

Don't follow the United States' lock-'em-up lead: That was UNAIDS' message in July with its 52-page

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Red Scare

Chinese leaders may have thought they were off the hook last fall when they finally owned up to thei

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Hardish Times

The post-9/11 economic downturn, a sluggish Silicon Valley and a wobbly first-year-sans-Pallotta AID

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Fatwa Skinny

A Grand Mufti, Egypt's religious highest-up, in May, issued a "fatwa against piracy." The command ca

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What's In A...?

Atlanta is ACTing UP again -- so much so that two groups are vying for the name. A revitalized ACT U

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Epis Appeal

The first federal prosecution for growing pot under California's medical marijuana law ended July 12

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Mining for Meaning

Delegates to July's 14th International AIDS Conference in Barcelona had barely sobered up when the s

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Losing Control

Yes, Virginia, reinfection happens -- and it spells bad news for vaccines. That's how the media play

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No Guest List

Burly bouncers like the protease inhibtors stop HIV from spoiling all the fun at Studio CD4, but why

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Hep Hooray

Calling all coinfecteds! In a Johns Hopkins study of 2,000 HIVers, hep-C HAART-takers with undetecta

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Home Remedy

Senegalese nonprofit ProMeTra reported that, in its three-year study of 62 HIVers on its herbal comb

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Did You Hear?

Some HIVers choose to disclose their status. Others have disclosure thrust upon them. We asked some friends to reminisce about the name game

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Status Seeking

June 27 was National HIV Testing Day, sponsored by the National Association of People With AIDS (NAP

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Editor's Letter

The anniversary of 9/11 is, of course, a time to “remember.” I propose that we also reme

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Mailbox

Prevention? With Pleasure!As a longtime advocate for microbicides, I wanted to tell you how thrilled

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Obituaries

Nelson X. Figueroa, 45, profiled in POZ during his struggle for access to myelopathy treatment

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Sins of Transmission

Between the lines of the church-scandal news, Sean Strub finds the AIDS angle—and an echo of his own experience

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Porn Again

Going from reel to real, ex-star Tricia Devereaux makes a triumphant return to the adult-film industry

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