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Patient Knowledge

Posted on November 1, 2013 by in Columns, First Generation

First Generation by Chuck Willman Another Opening, Another Sore Sometimes patients do know best! After my last column there’s both good and bad news; NO cancer and all tests were negative for any “major problem.” Yay! However, all of the testing I endured left us with nothing but question marks over our heads. So back [...]

Just*in Time: October 2013

Posted on October 18, 2013 by in Columns, Just*in Time

Just*in Time by Justin B. Terry-Smith Justin, I was recently diagnosed with HIV and I have been dealing with it pretty well but there are still times—at least once or twice a day—when I feel insecure or down about the situation. I have basically come to terms with the fact that I have HIV and [...]

Melissa Manchester

Posted on October 13, 2013 by in Columns, Ruby's Rap

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Melissa Manchester Don’t cry out loud through the eyes of love, because you should only hear how she talks about you when my boyfriend’s back at midnight blue, so come in from the rain whenever I call you friend. Can’t make this out? A little confused? Poor lambies. I was [...]

October Surprise

Posted on October 8, 2013 by in Columns, Frontdesk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner October Surprise Ordinarily the months leading up to the holidays are stressful for me: trying to figure out which grandkids (I’ve got five of them) have been naughty and nice starts with how well they share their Halloween candy. (They always do share.) Sharing treatment breakthroughs in the world of HIV [...]

The Future of Clone 3

Posted on September 26, 2013 by in Columns, Left Field

Left Field by Patricia Nell Warren All Good Things Are we nearer the day when the promise of a vaccine will outweigh profits & politics? There’s an old saying, “All good things must come to an end.” Writing this column for A&U has been a good thing for a decade and a half now. I’ve [...]

Talk That Talk

Posted on September 23, 2013 by in Columns, Frontdesk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Talk That Talk Since the beginning of the epidemic—as it was first reported by The New York Times on July 3, 1981—the amount of ink (as well as electronic ink) about HIV and AIDS has wildly fluctuated. When Rock Hudson disclosed his HIV status, condoms were discussed for the first time [...]

Mike Hennessey

Posted on September 10, 2013 by in Columns, Ruby's Rap

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Mike Hennessey If you’ve read my column with any regularity, you know that one of my pet escapes is the splendid Santa Ynez Valley. It’s a two-hour drive north of Los Angeles and along the way, the road frequently hugs the scenic Pacific coast. Think wine tasting, the Danish town [...]

Just*in Time: September 2013

Posted on September 6, 2013 by in Columns, Just*in Time

Just*in Time by Justin B. Terry-Smith Justin, Hello, I have tried to send you a friend request after I sent this message because I thought I would ask you for permission to become your friend on Facebook. I really admire you as far as thework that you do for the HIV and gay community. I [...]

No Stupid Questions

Posted on August 15, 2013 by in Columns

My Turn by Robert Kingett No Stupid Questions Asking in the spirit of understanding need not divide us The restaurant bustles with activity as my date and I sit opposite each other, getting to know each other. To my immediate right, a woman talks to her mom on her phone about the baseball game she [...]

The Walking Cure

Posted on August 14, 2013 by in Columns, Frontdesk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner August carries a lot of mixed emotions for me. For one thing, it’s the month I was first diagnosed with AIDS. For another, it reminds me of when I was first preparing to launch A&U, which debuted in the Fall of 1991, and all it took to get there. I remember [...]