| *69: AIDS, We've Got Your Number
by Kevin O'Leary
R-r-r-ring! The virus calling." Though it turned 20 this year, HIV barely even took a cake break from punching our digits like a bullying bill collector. Nor did it stop its creeping on September 11 as the rest of the Earth stood still. There's clearly no rest for the wicked, so POZ got busy and made a list of the most memorable moments that jerk AIDS appeared on our caller ID in 2001. Kevin O'Leary counts up to 69.
| Sleeping With The Enemy
by Kathleen McGowan
Out of the ashes of HIV eradication, the phoenix of immune reconstitution is rising. If early studies are any sign, the right combo of HAART, STIs, and T-cell tweakers will let even longtime HIVers live in peace with the virus
| Enter the Dragon
by Steve Friess
China finally breaks its infamous silence about AIDS. But will the regime loosen its iron fist enough to save millions of lives?
| Change of Heart
by Doug Allen
David Welch, 42, has the heart of a girl -- a 14-year-old one, to be
exact. Together, they are blazing a trail for HIVers through the
once-forbidden transplant field
| Name Game
by Denny Lee
Two years after washington state started tracking HIV cases by name,
experts remain split on whether public health or politics is best served
by the new surveillance scheme.
| Chimp and See
by Bob Lederer
Did polio-vax monkey business start AIDS?
| Spin Cycle
by Esther Kaplan
California's AIDS Ride hits a wall