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December 2004

Detectable Rebels
by Tim Murphy
HIVers who don’t care about having an undetectable viral load are nuts, right? New research shows they may not be, igniting fresh—and even hostile—debate about undetectability and long-term health.

Now See This
To mark Day With(out) Art, POZ asked four positive artists to create works that make us think, feel and remember

Editor's Letter-December 2004
by Walter Armstrong

Mailbox-December 2004

Down on the Pharma
by Mike Barr
A must-read exposé of the mischievous biz of greed and corruption

Show and Tell
by As Told to Nick Burns
POZ unwraps three families to nurse your holiday spirit with love, laughter and latkes

Pushing the Envelope
by Lucile Scott

First, the Bad News
by Jennifer Block
Eight years later, a false positive tests negative

Milestones
by Sandrea-Lee Swaby

Faster Forward
by Peter McQuaid
An LA HIVer’s Saturday-night speed-dating debauchery

Prince Valiant
by Lucile Scott

POS/NEG

Pregnant Pauses
by Charlotte Huff
One HIVer mom makes tough treatment decisions for two

Moonlighting Statins
by David Gelman, MD
Can cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce your viral load, too?

They Soothe Tootsies, Don’t They?
by Brett Moskowitz

Trouble in Mind
by Carmen Retzlaff
Helping HIVers with mental or emotional issues: Treat creatively, and keep it under one roof

Pharm School
by David Gelman, MD
If you take HIV meds, you’ll want to know how the drugs work—that’s pharmacology. But other pharma lingo can be tough to swallow. Some Rx-planations: 

View from the Top
by As Told to Nick Burns
One HIVer survives his tallest challenge yet


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