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Hitt and Run
by Walter Armstrong
When a towering figure in AIDS medicine and activism admits he had sex with a patient, it raises questions about the special bond between HIVers and their doctors. The answers may be even more challenging

Wish You Were Here?
by Andrea Robinson
Beyond the beaches and beautiful people lies a gritty mix of gays, blacks and Hispanics haggling for funds to fight the highest AIDS rates in the US. Greetings from the Miami tourists never see
                

A Kennedy Goes Global
by Sean Strub
Rory Kennedy, RFK’s youngest, talks to Sean Strub about bringing world AIDS home in her docu-film Pandemic...and what she really thinks about her famous family's faith

¡Neggie Niños!
by Jennifer Block

Clubbing
by Mubarak Dahir

Iraq, War & HIV
by Kamal Fizazi

Follow the Diva
by Staff
“I know George W. Bush’s best friend, which doesn’t mean he’s like Bush-they couldn’t be more opposite...”

POX and All
by Carmen Retzlaff

ADAP to Feds: $ ASAP
by Kayreth Williams
Feds to HIVers: Hurry up and wait    

The TAC Offensive
by Liz McGregor

Neg & Pos
by Staff

Trendspotting
by Beatrice Kennedy

Dig That Pipeline!
by Liz Highleyman
A big buzz-maker at this year’s Retrovirus confab? The HIV-meds pipeline is fuller than it’s been in a loooong time. “I think the next few years will see a plethora of new meds, bringing our total up to more than two dozen [from today’s 19],” says ace Los Angeles HIV doc Mark Katz, MD. Let’s look at ’em—from new nukes and PIs likely to get the FDA go-ahead this year or next to more sci-fi ideas that could transform treatment—if they survive R&D’s rocky road!

Dem Dere Eyes
by David Gelman, MD

Life Inside With C
by Carmen Retzlaff

That Bouncing Bug!
by David Gelman, MD

Well, G Whiz!
by David Gelman, MD

Smears For Straights?
by Staff

Kentucky Fried Friendship
by Tom Beer

Soak 'N' Snooze

Markdown for the Count
by Alyson Browett

Mailbox
by Staff

Thirtysomething...else
by Josh Sparber
Ex-poster boy Brett VanBenschoten advances from activism to academia-and disavows what he said about discordance


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