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October / November 1995

Fear of Disclosure
by Robert Murphy
Why Tom Stoddard, a man largely responsible for inventing the field of AIDS law, kept his HIV status to himself

The Sum of Its Parts
by Dennis Daniel
Broadway moneyman Marvin Shulman keeps hope alive

Marquee Values
by Ann Northrop
The theater community cares for its own, but Broadway doesn't care for AIDS

It Takes IL-2 To Tango
by Elinor Burkett
This hot treatment raises questions but provides one answer: Scientists shut each other out at their own peril

Relapse: Don't Do It
by Frank Trejo
Advice from an AIDS educator who knows

Sister Soldier
by Ted Allen
Chicago's Rae Lewis-Thornton braves friendly fire

Dancing Around It
by Leslie L. Smith
When AIDS-themed dance is a dress rehearsal for life

Taking Care of Their Own
by Ann Northrop
The Actors' Fund hands over real cash for real bills

Tribute

Fighting Blind

Free Load
Chiron offers full reimbursement for viral load test

Hitt and Misses
by Sean Strub
Time to start playing Presidential hardball

Post Office Botch
AIDSphobic mail carrier fired

Checking In: Cheating On Your Doctor
by Dick Scanlan
When you like your doctor too much to tell him you're feeling bad

Sew We Don’t Forget
NAMES Project captures Quilt on CD-ROM—while it still can


Pump Up the Volume
Will a radioisotope revolutionize the way doctors treat HIV?

Benefit Short Circuit
by Catherine Hanssens
Does applying for disability benefits disqualify discrimination claims under the ADA?


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