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POZ September 1998

POZ September 1998

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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Talking 'Bout Their Generation

Young, positive and proud: The new faces of AIDS activism send you back to school

Inside the Issue

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Youth to Youth

Educating Peers on the Front Lines of HIV

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Bargaining Power

Safer Sex and Survival on the Streets of New York

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Growing Up in Public

Justin LiGreci is a typical 15-year-old -- give or take AIDS, a $20 million lawsuit and a mom on a mission

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Liver Worst

Once neglected, hepatitis C finally has PWAs talking, testing and treating

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Family Tree

Hep C's siblings

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Blood Lines

Hep C's spread

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S.O.S.

After only two weeks off therapy, my viral load skyrocketed from undetectable to over a million.

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To the Editor

Nude for ThoughtAs a gay man, I’m very disappointed and, frankly, disgusted with your June 199

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And on the 7th Day...

In July, New York City strap-hangers were privy to the nation’s first-ever public ad campaign

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In the Sack

HIV gets testy in the testes

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Vertex Vortex

Drug ads steal activist thunder

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Pump and Grind

Loose lips sink biceps

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Baby Gap

Lawsuit demands 72 hours

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You Can't Touch This

Doc rubs nurse wrong way

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Aloe Can You Go?

Peddler pushes plant's perks

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Death by Bureaucracy

PWA said HMO made him do it

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Bubonic Tonic

Proof's in the plague

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Say What

How Many Monicas?“Anonymity here is airtight: As the [Central Park Medical Associates] office

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All Apologies

The odd one out looks back on his wonder years

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Plenty of Nothing

No drugs, no care, no support for Nicaragua's PWAs

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Rough Cuts

Two positive young women create a moving picture

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POZ Picks

Bitter PillsInside the Dangerous World of Legal DrugsStephen FriedBantam BooksJohnson & Johnson

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Spin and Needles

Clinton & Co. declare war on IV drug users

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No Miss Manners

Dan Savage's down-and-dirty sex advice is not for the PG crowd

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HIV Confidential

Undercover at your job? Watch those interoffice memos!

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Making a Scene

Spring flings: From a Broadway benefit to a White House political funeral

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Obits

Claude Gibney, principal at San Francisco’s St. Vincent De Paul Elementary School, died April

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Presidential Nemesis

For Steve Michael, activism was stronger than death

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Are the Kids Alright?

From right-wing lobbies to lax enforcement, HIV prevention is up against the wall in public schools across America

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Kid Gloves

And in this corner, weighing in with hemophilia and HIV...

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Prime-Time Lives

She says he kidnapped their daughters, he says he had to save them

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Don't Make Me Over

Why we are more than our genes

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Confessions of a Jerk

And the man that got away 

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Life Lessons

A teenage River went looking for love in all the wrong places

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Quality Time

It’s a cliché that adults tend to forget what it was like to be young. But for care pro

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Valuable Kitchen Tool

Staying Healthy With Nutrition

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Better Safe Than Sushi

The raw deal

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The Heart of the Matter

First reports linking protease drugs and heart disease

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To C or Not to C

A powerful antioxidant gets a bum rap

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The Circle Game

How one teen gets by with a little help from her relatives

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Youth on Drugs

For adolescents taking antiretrovirals, counseling and peer support for adherence are key

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Uncertain-teens

Drug dosage divergences

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Making the Grade

Quality examination and care of adolescents with HIV

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Finger on the Pulses

A Chinese medicine practitioner reads Sean's yin and yang

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Fountain of Youth

Sources of HIV information and inspiration for teens

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Where to find it

For road rules and other info on the Awake Beyond Awareness Bus Tour, call 212.477.2725 or email wak

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Reality Check

Sean Sasser finds the future in a city from his past

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Leftovers

All this one neighbor does, is bring me leftovers after a party, and since I can't eat her nutty coo

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