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Coping with the fight for change
The May 2004 issue of POZ marked our 10th anniversary. Below is the welcome letter from that issue by POZ founder Sean Strub.
And it’s not survivor’s guilt, explains ACT UP veteran turned film director Vincent Gagliostro.
It is like knowing where you were when the Challenger exploded or when the Twin Towers went down.
The latest Reunion Project conference is taking place in South Florida.
The Reunion Project gives long-term HIV/AIDS survivors an opportunity to share their stories of loss and survival.
So many of our former cover guys and gals have passed away, as well as many more from within our covers.
Living with HIV is definitely a challenge—but it’s easier than you think.
Yes. Out magazine and GMHC explain why.
At an inner city Baltimore HIV clinic serving a primarily poor and black population, the average life expectancy is now 73 years, according to...
Compared with nevirapine (Viramune), efavirenz (the active ingredient in Sustiva and a component of Atripla) appears to be associated with bet...
More U.S. residents are now dying of hepatitis C complications than HIV-related illnesses, according to sobering data summarized in the..
For people diagnosed with AIDS-related lymphomas, adding Rituxan to standard chemotherapy has a major positive effect on survival
A great deal more needs to be done to further reduce death rates and to slow the spread of the disease in the coming years.
People with liver cirrhosis may benefit from daily therapy with a blood thinner to prevent portal vein thrombosis (PVT), a potentially serious...
More good HIV survival news, this time from a cohort study conducted in the United Kingdom.
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