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POZ October 2007

POZ October 2007

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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Brothers & Sisters

Having competed for funding, media attention and support within the African-American community, HIV-positive straight black women and HIV-posi...

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Call Me Miss Ralph

She hit Broadway, in Dreamgirls, as AIDS was first hitting America. Now Sheryl Lee Ralph, ever the diva, brings down the house by demanding th...

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At Your Service

After her brother passed away from AIDS, Elisa Mills searched for support and found none. Bernadette Berzoza helps her build a league of her o...

Living

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Two-Time Survivor

A history of childhood sexual abuse doesn't have to derail your HIV treatment.

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Reyataz Takers: Drink Up

Do you take the protease inhibitor (PI) Reyataz (atazanavir)? If so, be sure to chug at least eight

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It's Stuffy in Here

Sinusitis (swelling of the sinuses in the nasal cavity) strikes 68 percent of positive people, leaving them wheezing, snuffling and aching.

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So Hot off the Press

Is sexual health a priority for our favorite mags?

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The Early Show

Can packing power sooner soften resistance later?

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Mortal Combat

HIV may be “manageable” for many, but we still need tools to help manage our fears. 

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Buck Buddies

Positive (and negative) loan partners tackle discrimination.

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Posh Spices

The key to herbal healing: Take more than a pinch

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Not in My House

Just because I'm already HIV positive doesn't mean we'll have sex without protection.

Talking

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Back to the Bathhouse

A positive actor towels off his career—and makes his Broadway debut—by time-traveling to a pre-AIDS sex club.

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With or Without You

As Irish infections rise, where in the world is Bono? 

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Embedded

Big Brother gets under your skin.

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Campus Confidential

Just how private are college medical records? 

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Reality Bites

Vampire fiction has long played fast and loose with HIV-positive hematology.

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Sarah Sorting

Comedian Sarah Silverman peppers her stand-up act and self-titled Comedy Central series with AIDS jokes.

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Above the Rim

Houston Rockets superstar Yao Ming has a loftier goal than a league championship.

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Hot Dates-October 2007

September 15, 1982AIDS was acknowledged for the first time in the Ronald Reagan White House. When as

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Capital Punishment

On May 30, 2007, President Bush announced: “Many HIV-positive Americans are able to lead produ

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The Shirt Off My Back

The printing and graphic design firm Nightsweats & T-cells (nightsweats.com) believes that there

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eBay AIDS

On a recent eBay spree, POZ typed in “HIV” and met sellers hawking everything from a lim

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Dairy Queen

A Missouri mom pumps up HIV awareness—by giving her leftover breast milk to African orphans

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Let's Hear It for the Boy

Shari Margolese watches her HIV-positive son become a prevention rock star.

etc.

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Mailbox-October 2007

Mr. JuneI loved Bob Ickes’ profile “Bunny Business” (June 2007) of Jeffrey Jenest,

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Catch of the Month-October 2007

“Moonlight1114”Frederick, MarylandDiagnosed 1993What makes you a catch?My sarcastic sens

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