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April 1998

Faith, Hope and Monica
by Benjamin Morrison
A rural Louisiana woman turns God's country into AIDS country

Vintage Gallo
by David Gold
The tough-guy AIDS trailblazer shares new strategies, old scars and a few surprises

Silence=Deaf
by Steve Friess
In the translation from English to sign language, HIV education loses something: Lives

At the End of the Pier
by Stephen Greco
Photographer Richard Renaldi covers the waterfront

Mourning Becomes Montero
by Paul Harris
Know your last rights

Baby Love
by Laura Federico
Boy or girl? Brown eyes or blue? HIV positive or negative?

Chris Crossed
by Mark Alpert
Alien V: HIV meets the IRS and INS

Faith Healing
Nurse pushes religion on PWA

Do Tell
On the Shelf

What This Means: Have Mass, Will Travel
by Norma Muurahainen, MD, PhD
Electricity to Sean: Bulk up a bit!

Money: Fine Whines
by Per Larson and Jacques Chambers
How to keep disability benefits? Kvetch, kvetch, kvetch

Less is More
by Lark Lands, PhD
High-tech homeopathy may boost immune function

POZ Picks: The Complete Bedside Companion
by Dick Scanlan
No Nonsense Advice on Caring for the Seriously Ill

POZ Verse: Fever
by Brian Riordan
I feel it begin

At the End of the Pier
by Stephen Greco
Photographer Richard Renaldi covers the waterfront

Coming soon to a theater near you
William F. Buckley Jr., in a syndicated column last fall that compared Nushawn Williams unfavorably to Billy the Kid, proposed that the names of all people with HIV be made public.

Daytime Trauma
by River Huston
Today's episode: "Hetero hussy has HIV"

Even Good Boys Do Fail
by Brad Peebles
Breakthrough used to be such a happy word

Relishing Our Time
by Dick Scanlan
What made literary lion Eric Ashworth roar?

Killing Me Softly
by Stephen Gendin
When HIV progresses from stressful to lethal

S.O.S.
by Sean Strub
Think twice before swallowing the latest pill or theory

Obits
José Rafael Calva Pratt died of AIDS September 20, 1997.

Say What
I'm now very careful sexually, and I don't think that knowing you're positive does you any good ... .

Shalala Infections

The Fraud Squad
Florida fairy lays trap for scam cures

Reefer Badness
No court for club after dealer steals stash

Brain Gain
The power of protease thinking

Pipeline Dreams
124 new meds on the move

Virtual Activism
Couch potatoes unite to fight AIDS

Fruit Loops
by Becky Minnich
GMHC flip-flops on names reporting

What's Cookin'?
Denny's goes from family style to family feud

United Way
One for all, all for AIDS

La Bomba
A TNT/3TC combo

War-Torn Nation
Generation X or HIV?


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