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POZ September 2008

POZ September 2008

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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The Castaways

Many of the estimated 11,000 people living with AIDS in the U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico have been abandoned and left for dead. The local...

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Undress for Success

For 16 years, Broadway's hottest stars have dropped trou for HIV/AIDS, in the spectacularly fleshy revue Broadway Bares. A production of Broad...

Living

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Stomaching Nausea

Living with HIV doesn't mean you have to live with its seemingly unavoidable partner, nausea. 

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No Behind Left Behind

Anal screening can keep you ahead of cancer.

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Hep C Drug to the Rescue?

Hepatitis C (HCV), the liver-damaging virus that affects about 33 percent of HIV-positive people, is tough to treat.

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Garlic Pill Warning

The FDA recently announced that the HIV protease inhibitor (PI) Invirase (saquinavir), when taken without a Norvir (ritonavir) booster...

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Mexicanos y HIV

Using deities to teach AIDS info

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Can Hypnosis Tame PN Pain?

You're getting sleepy...and feeling good.

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Getting Out and Staying Healthy

Some 25 percent of HIV-positive Americans pass through prison at some point, and staying healthy can be as hard after release as it was...

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Throwing the Book at Marijuana

If you use marijuana to ease nausea, pain and other side effects of life with HIV, Medical Marijuana Law is an indispensable guide.

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Kidney News

HIV-positive African Americans are more likely than positive white people to develop end-stage renal disease (ESRD) requiring dialysis or...

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Tribal Council

On September 18, CBS will unveil the 17th season of its “reality” endurance competition Survivor.

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The Good Germs

Who knew that probiotics—“good” bacteria found naturally in the body—would become the main ingredient of a hot new marketing trend.

Talking

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Wedding Crashers

Do same-sex marriages cut the risk of HIV transmission? And is that question offensive?

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Running on Empty

Surging gas prices tank access to HIV care.

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The Freshman

Having mastered the personal lessons of the real-life course called HIV 101, Annette Lizzul goes back to school at 43.

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Red-Carpet Ready

Jack Mackenroth's designer digs hit the Daytime Emmys.

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POZ/NEG

Pencils, books and dirty looks: HIV goes back to school.

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Please Do Stop His Music

Earlier this year, iTunes Canada banned songs from Jamaican dancehall artists Elephant Man, Buju Banton and TOK because of their...

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The Incredible Bulk

Christopher Bell’s critically acclaimed documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster*—which hits DVD on September 30—tackles the steroid debate....

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M·A·C Attack

She's only 26, but UNICEF media assistant Jabulisile Tugwana has it all figured out.

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Birthday Girls

A Harlem ASO geared toward female empowerment, Iris House turns 15.

etc.

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Editor's Letter

Killing Time

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Mailbox

I am a pregnant positive woman, and because I decided to have a baby, my friends do not always look on me favorably.

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The NAPWA/TAEP HIV/AIDS Policy Report

Securing the Legacy of Ryan White: Lessons From a (Nearly) Forgotten Report

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GMHC Treatment Issues

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