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POZ October-November 1995

POZ October-November 1995

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

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Fear of Disclosure

Why Tom Stoddard, a man largely responsible for inventing the field of AIDS law, kept his HIV status to himself

Inside the Issue

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The Sum of Its Parts

Broadway moneyman Marvin Shulman keeps hope alive

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Marquee Values

The theater community cares for its own, but Broadway doesn't care for AIDS

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It Takes IL-2 To Tango

This hot treatment raises questions but provides one answer: Scientists shut each other out at their own peril

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Relapse: Don't Do It

Advice from an AIDS educator who knows

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Sister Soldier

Chicago's Rae Lewis-Thornton braves friendly fire.

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Dancing Around It

When AIDS-themed dance is a dress rehearsal for life

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Taking Care of Their Own

The Actors' Fund hands over real cash for real bills

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Tribute

Swen Swenson believed one person could make a difference Two nights afte

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Fighting Blind

Body Doesn't Know When CD4s Drop The all-important immune system can heal

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Free Load

Chiron offers full reimbursement for viral load test

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Hitt and Misses

Time to start playing Presidential hardball

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Post Office Botch

AIDSphobic mail carrier fired

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Checking In: Cheating On Your Doctor

When you like your doctor too much to tell him you're feeling bad

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Sew We Don't Forget

NAMES Project captures Quilt on CD-ROM—while it still can

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Pump Up the Volume

Will a radioisotope revolutionize the way doctors treat HIV?

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Benefit Short Circuit

Does applying for disability benefits disqualify discrimination claims under the ADA?

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