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POZ October 2005

POZ October 2005

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

Features

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On the Cover

Gerard Thai

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Immuno's Defense

Imagining the future of HIV research

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Quick Draw

HIVer Darren Davis reveals his latest comic book, Victoria's Secret Service--and a studly HIV positive character in the works.

Living

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The Common Touch

American adults touch one another much less than adults in any other culture.

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Seeking for the Perfect Pill

Will two new meds solve the problem with protease?

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Three's the Charm With One-A-Day

Gilead Sciences says its second stab at making the U.S.’s first one-pill-once-daily HIV med has fizzled.

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No Cure, But A Better Liver

Hep C treatment left her healthier, though not Hep-less

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Striking Gold

A new discovery may finally skin staph

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Doctor's Diary

We don't always agree with our patients' choices.

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Home Work

Building access to a place you can afford

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Daring to Diet

Control weight and boost health—with HIV in the mix

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Flu-Shot Time

Remember last year, when flu vaccine shortages left you scrambling for a shot?

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Smokin'!

You knew cigarettes were bad for your health. Did you know they also muck up your sex life?

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In Sickness and In Health

Two HIVers swap vows and celebrate their nuptials inside a nursing home

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Buzz Off

Facing skyrocketing HIV rates and only about 5% condom use, the Indian government is ribbing the populace—with vibrating rubbers.

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A Little off the Top

Can circumcision save straight men from HIV?

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Buddy Up

Friends can enrich your life—and your health.

Talking

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Who Will Save Them Next?

[ACT UP Paris and other] activist groups have now managed to derail several PREP [post-exposure prophylaxis] trials, arguably the most...

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Pulse

“Ice-Babies” (a.k.a. “meth babies”)–slang for babies born to methamphetamine addicts.

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Wait-Lifting Stretches

Scrawny state med programs get a small increase, as heavyweight changes loom large

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Charlize in Charge

South African HIV activist Nkosi Johnson, who died of AIDS at age 12 in 2001, will soon be reborn on celluloid.

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Miss Congeniality 3: HIV

HIV beauty queens past and present who rule aids activism

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Rap Sheet

Hip-hoppers rhyme “HIV awareness”

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Mentors

Q: “Should I tell my young kids I’m positive?”

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Sex Toys R Us

Will disclosure kill River Huston's good vibrations?

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Trying Trials

How one HIVer successfully sampled experimental meds

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Underexposed

The media love M.C. Mars' gritty memoir—except the HIV part

etc.

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Editor's Letter

The wonder of it all

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Mailbox

“Southern Discomfort” does a disservice to HIVers in the South.

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