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On New Year's Eve 1993, 220,000 Americans with AIDS had died, almost 30,000 that year alone.

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'Prevention for Positives'
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The CDC takes a radical right turn toward mandatory testing-and shaming gay men with HIV

Habitats for HIVers

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All the Right Places
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2024: AIDS Cured, ex-PWAs Ignored
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POZ turns to science fiction to imagine life with a cure

Trouble Indemnity

by Bradley Miskell

Show & Gel
by Rebecca Minnich
A pipeline report on girl-power tools for safe sex

Healthful Humor
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Living on Hope
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A New York HIV doc at ground zero, South Africa

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High Resolution: New Year’s Creeds
by Josh Sparber

2004: What’s In, What’s Out?
by Liz Highleyman
Liz Highleyman asks some leading HIV crystal ball gazers for their predictions

by Frank Pizzoli

When Your CD4s Count
by David Gelman, MD
Lab results can seem as mystical as tea leaves. Which numbers count the most? Two new studies might help you add things up.

New Med on the Shelf
by Marissa Pareles

Quick Study: Virus in Vaginas
by Staff

Strike a Pose
by Rebecca Minnich

Chicago Hope?
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Quick Study: Hep C
by Staff

Watch Your Mouth
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CMV Drug Does Double Duty
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Bed Head
by Joe Westmoreland
Joe Westmoreland rouses himself long enough to recount his never-ending struggles with fatigue

Unreality TV
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Publisher's Letter
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Amazing Race
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...where cancer and HIV are mere hurdles

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