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POZ September 2005

POZ September 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-Dawnmarie Sims

Despite losing two husbands, I've picked myself up. That gives me hope that everything will improve and I'll have somebody to treasure again.

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Charles King Has a Dream

This month, thousands of activists will take part in the ambitious campaign to end aids. Meet the HIver trying to launch a national movement

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Cross-Country Crusaders

Meet 10 people with HIV making C2EA their mission

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Quoth the Raven

In 1996, 6-year-old Raven Lopez became our first cover (little) girl. A decade later, she's well on her way to becoming a woman.

Living

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A Trip to Bountiful

The September harvest is a time of great expectation—and great anxiety. For centuries, a commu

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Doctor's Diary - September 2005

Prescribing Disclosure—by his own example

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Combo Vision

How well do you know your meds? These three HIVers can even visualize their regimens

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Hearts and Chocolate

Two new studies confirm what every chocoholic knows: The quickest way to our hearts is that divine d

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The New HIV Bouncers

When will entry inhibitors exit the pipeline to keep HIV from getting into your club?

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Foreign Agents

Japanese scientists are pushing an entry blocker, AK602, into human trials. The makers of Sifuvirtid

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Positively Fit

OK, you didn't win any summer swimsuit competitions. Now, let HIVer and pro trainer Jeffrey Gross buff you into fall 

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Fitness 101

Jeff Gross helps you get up, get fit and stay there

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Weep No More

The feds' willow program empowers women HIVers

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Ask the Sexpert - September 2005

Defrost your sex drive and cool anxiety

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Antibody Snatcher

Nuke HIV testing?  The CDC is exploring cost-effective methods of early detection with Nucleic

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The DL Deal

A black-and-white issue

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Legal Eye - September 2005

Tackling teen treatment and privacy

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Medicaid Watch

Congress is set to finalize plans to slash Medicaid by $8-10 billionthis month.  Each state wil

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Savings and Moan

No more excuses! Plan for retirement now

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Freedom to Worship

Got the need to pray? Seek and ye shall find a kinder version of your first faith

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Spirit Guide

How they found the light

Talking

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Teenage Wasteland

"In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, the United States tends todefine all national security conc

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Shooting Gallery

Why won't the U.S. stick up for clean needles?

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HIV Hot Spots for Injections

Myanmar—In some regions of the world’s second-largest heroin exporter, 78% of drug users

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Buzz Kill

Feds say no to medical marijuana, but states answer: “dude, back off”

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Run for the Border

Canada’s got it all—gay marriage, cheaper meds and, now, looser entrance rules for HIVer

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Mentors - September 2005

The Rookie: Mario Brito34, Queens, New YorkDiagnosed 2003Q: “Would it be easier to date a pers

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I Say a Little Prayer

Can Joe Westmoreland meet his deeply devout Mom halfway?

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Easy Come, Easy Go

Anonymous craved steamy, uncomplicated sex—until she actually had it

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Forever a Fighter

An Activist's Tricks To Make Hope Stick At Home After C2EA

etc.

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Founder's Letter - September 2005

Hope on the march

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Mailbox - September 2005

My Fair LadyI foundyour discussion of Femmes Positives, the organization fighting tocriminalize HIV

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