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POZ September 1997

POZ September 1997

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

Feature

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Not Working is a Full-Time Job

People who don't deal with social services have no idea.

Inside the Issue

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Task Mistress

Joyce Dorsey rises from rags to research

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Eppich Tale

A former executive turns business savvy into survival

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Spree de Corps

Green acres and pink fingernails on a rural arts commune

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Sharp as Attack

Today's special? Discrimination in aisle five.

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S.O.S.

History will surely record last year as one marking a dramatic shift in the treatment prospects for many people with HIV.

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Roche Trap

Hoffman-La Roche, maker of saquinavir (Invirase), stands accused of shoddy, if not shady, R&D.

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Abnormal? Not to Worry!

Out-of-range blood values don't have to spell trouble -- but check carefully

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Checking In

Michelle Lopez makes damn sure she and her daughter get cutting-edge treatment

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A Nose for Trouble

Simple remedies to dry up sinus problems

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Let the Buyers Be Shared

Food co-ops are a great way to get cheaper, better vittles -- and to network

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Pulp Fiction...and Facts

Grapefruit juice may skew, for better or worse, the effects of some meds

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Right Bulb

Garlic: Potent antifungal

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Disability Dish

If you have a private Disability policy

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Lovers Leap

Our hemo stud and his Juliet have a bumpy ride

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Back to the Future

Do protease-based recoveries threaten PWAs' disability benefits?

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Periodic Problems

You don't have to suffer from PMS and menstrual irregularities

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Data Jocks

Play the game, change the name, everything stays the same

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Mate Expectations

What does River want? Peace and quiet, hot sex, a mind-reader...

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Sex Matters

The treatment needs of women with HIV have been given short shrift -- by doctors, researchers, drug companies and community organizations.

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Debtor's Prison

It's 5 am. Are those night sweats or money worries?

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