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May 2000

Fitness 2000
by Allen Huff
HIVers pumping! Biking! Blading! No, they're not selling AIDS drugs. These five gym bunnies, who all hail from Houston, just want to feel good. Alan Huff takes notes as they go for the gold.

Big Trouble

Pumping iron and downing steroids got S.B. a body to die for.

Size Matters
by Joe Westmoreland
Joe Westmoreland had all the right moves. Wasting syndrome is a real bitch.

This Little Drug Went To Market
by Liz Highleyman
Are fusion inhibitors the next big thing? Or just another fractured fairy tale?

The New Opiate for the Masses
by John Raynard
The former Soviet Union is raising a lost generation. Confused by both past and future, many youths are free-falling through the present, landing in despair and turning to drugs. They know all about the risks of HIV, but share needles anyway. Photographer John Raynard visited the scene of the crime.

The Attack of the Killer Causes
by Esther Kaplan
AIDS activism birthed a litter of disease copycats. Now Cancer & Co. have made AIDS their scapegoat in a fight for funds. Esther Kaplan covers the disease wars.

Editor's Letter
by Walter Armstrong

Mailbox

Merging Medicine Chests
by Paul Michael Mueller

Kaiser Rolled
by Susan Gerhard

Catching Up With…
by Kevin O'Leary
Tony Valenzuela

Action Jackson
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

A Great Hydeia
by Kevin O'Leary

NEG/POS

Deaf Jam
by Esther Kaplan

A Signal Man
by Hanya Yanagihara

A Queen Who Cares
by Joseph Carman

Lensing Up
by Angelo Ragaza

Festival Fare
by Angelo Ragaza

Mastur Class
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Covered Reflections
by Liz Galst

Paradise Paradigms
by Raymond Jasper

Milestones

President Nader
by Doug Ireland
Going Green in campaign 2000, Doug Ireland casts his vote for AIDS drug access, same-sex marriage and the uncynical.

War Paint
by Emily Carter
Emily Carter’s new mall gig demands full hair and make-up. But does she want to play against type?

Welcome To Conservatism
by Lark Lands
What do you call it when the year’s big news in treatment is postponing or stopping it? Lark Lands says it’s progress.

Put Up Your Nukes
by David Barr
In the match of the millennium, most docs put their money—and their patients—on early intervention against HIV. Yet “hit hard‚ but wait” may be the best bet David Barr

Shelf Life
by Doug Allen

Time For An E-Full
by Rebecca Minnich
A HIVer’s guide to finding the most consumer-friendly online pharmacy for filling your prescriptions

Work In Progress
by Lark Lands and Judy Shabert, MD
A new law will let you bring home the bacon without having to sacrifice your Medicaid benefits

Work In Progress
by Rebecca Minnich
A new law will let you bring home the bacon without having to sacrifice your Medicaid benefits

Comfort Zone

Get High on Glutathione
by Lark Lands and Judy Shabert, MD
Sean Strub comes up short when tested for glutathione, the antioxidant that’s key to his immune function and liver healthby Judy Shabert, MD, as told to Lark Lands

Herb Of The Month
by Michael Onstott
Peppermint

5.2.89: Take Two
by Carl George
The day when the FDA finally gave the nod to DHPG and pentamidine, HIVers could breathe a sigh of relief


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