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Down for the Count
by Bruce Shoenfeld
The savage ballet that is boxing confronts AIDS, deception and shattered dreams

Second Wave, Second Thoughts
by David France
Prevention activism moves to the fore as safer sex is scrutinized

AIDS' Next Frontier
by Paul Wynn
Biotechs try to change how the system works

Role Model
by Richard Perez-Feria
Supermodel Ryan Findlay helps New York City kids

Banker's Hours
by Amy Feehan
Chicago's Michael Pleasants is just getting started

Pedigree Activism
by Ann Northrop
Famous daughters Rory Kennedy and Vanessa Vadim fight for needle exchange

Sex Positive
by Jim Provenzano
Porn star-cum-publisher Scott O'Hara wants to talk about it 

Hey! Watch the Teeth
The mouth is an important early warning site.

A Boy and His Toy
by Dominic Hamilton-Little
In which one young man learns to love himself -deeply

Kitten Does Disability
by Kiki Mason
Why do public services become public humiliation?

Take Your Best Shot
by Evelyn C. White
Yes, yes, yes. The new hepatitis A vaccine is a good thing

ADA Upheld
Federal court rules against dentist

Don't Regulate My Body
by Doug Ireland
Hello! It's not the place, it's the behavior

Those Darned Kids
by Casey Davidson
What sexually provocative photographer-turned-filmmaker Larry Clark has made is a sexually provocative drama -- one that centers on 24 hours in the lives of a group of New York City street kids.

Curb Your Dogma
by Bob Lederer
Replacing one form of arrogance with another is just not the solution

by Sean Strub
Prevention efforts must recognize intimacy, desire and risk

AIDS Sweeps Week
by Casey Davidson
HIV comes to daytime TV for Day of Compassion

White Line Fever
by Casey Davidson
All AIDS roads go from Ryan White to Heather Locklear

Hot for Teacher
by River Huston
A little discipline always puts HIV in perspective

Diet and Exercise
by Mark O'Donnell
Pharmacy: A long wait for drugs, but candy's available right away.

New Test for HIV Itself
The procedure most people call "HIV testing" doesn't actually look for the virus in blood or saliva.

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