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Living+ September/October 2004 - Issue 32

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Cover Story: Living with HIV in Rural BC 02 THINK + Opinion & Editorial. BC Needs to Get Its Act Together. 03 REALITY BITES News from home & around the world. New US Border Procedures. Viread Not Safe For Co-Infection. Fat Around Kidneys Predicts Who Gets Lipodystrophy. Detectable CMV Predicts New AIDS Events. Treatment Failure Not Major Cause of Death. Cancer Risk Among HIV-Positive Women. MSM Beliefs About Superinfection. Sharps Needs Containers Deemed Unsafe. Kaposi Sarcoma Cell Origin Discovered. Once-Daily Treatment Not Answer for Adherence. 05 GOING INTO THE VAULT A new Living + feature that compares old news items with the present situation. Network Building Then and Now. 06 AIDS WALK 04 The money you raise by walking will go directly to eleven local community groups. 08 WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST. AIDS Conference Notes Inequalities in Fighting the AIDS Epidemic. 09 LIVING WITH HIV IN RURAL BC The Service Gap. Living in a rural community in British Columbia presents unique challenges for people living with HIV/AIDS. 12 PATIENT EMPOWERMENT Talk To Your Doc. Glen Bradford talks with Dr. Fraser Norrie about the patient-doctor relationship. Getting the most out of your relationship with your doctor. 14 FIGHTING WORDS The Evolution of AIDS Advocacy. 15 PHONE AND INTERNET DATING Digital Dating. Taking precautions when using Internet and phoneline dating services. Some prevention tips to consider if you
BCPWA, AIDS Service Organizations, Treatment Information, Gay Men, Women, Complementary and Alternative Treatments, Advocacy, Nutrition, Antiretrovirals (ARVs), IVDUs, Immunology, Rural BC, AIDS Walk, Children, Empowerment, Internet Dating, Hepatitis C, Salvage Therapy, Conference Reports, Psychoactive Substances, Depression, Serosorting, Community-Acquired Pneumonia, Spanish Language