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Body Positive
Table of Contents, July 2001

Body Positive Magazine; cover art by Barton Lidice Benes

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

Healthy Living: Diet
"Summertime, and the Eatin' Is Easy"
by Ronald C. Russo

Healthy Living: Fitness
"Setting Goals for Health and Fitness"
by Glenn R. Preston

AIDS Art
Patrick Webb

Newsline

Resources

BP Spotlight
"The 2001 Body Positive Annual Conference -- HIV Drug Resistance and New Treatments: A Practical Understanding"
by Brad Clark

The Last Word
The Denver Principles
by the People with AIDS Coalition

Masthead

 

F E A T U R E
A R T I C L E S

HIV Treatments: A History of Scientific Advance
From no therapy, to monotherapy, to combination therapy: how we got to where we are
by Michael Shernoff and Raymond A. Smith

Reading AIDS: The Body Positive Book Reading Club
AIDS Doctors: Voices from the Epidemic, An Oral History
by Ronald Bayer and Gerald M. Oppenheimer

Fighting for Your Life: How to Survive a Life-Threatening Illness
by Jerome Wolfe

Barton Lidice Benes is an artist living with HIV. He is currently exhibiting at the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield, Conn., "Art at the Edge of Law" through Sept. 9. His latest exhibition was at the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, in December 2000. He is represented by Lennon, Weinberg Gallery in New York City.


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