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Body Positive
Table of Contents, September 2001

Body Positive Magazine; cover art by Robert S. Leach

R E G U L A R  C O L U M N S

Body Positive Creed
"You Are Not Alone"
by Jim Lewis and Michael Slocum

Medical Matters
"Rescue Regimens: The Value of Protease-Inhibitor Boosting"
by Sorana Segal-Maurer and Malte Schütz

Research Notebook
"Ties that Find: Building Community-Research Partnerships in New York City"
by Paul Galatowitsch

Newsline

Resources

Masthead

Reading AIDS: The Body Positive Book Reading Club
The Encyclopedia of AIDS: A Social, Political, Cultural, and Scientific Record of the HIV Epidemic
by Raymond A. Smith

The Last Word
"The Surgeon General's Call to Action to Promote Sexual Health and Responsible Sexual Behavior"

 

F E A T U R E
A R T I C L E S

A Proud History
The re-opening of the main building of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York
by Ronald C. Russo

HIV and Older Adults: A Novela Approach
The New York Association on HIV Over Fifty and The Ryan Center introduce Ysis, Valentino and the world of HIV to older adults
by Laura Engle

Robert S. Leach has creatively depicted a scene from the continuing Novela educational program featured in the story "HIV and Older Adults." Bob notes: "My art follows my life -- I draw human differences with joy and share our passions along the way -- without art there is no hope." He can be reached at 718.927.4281.


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