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Posted by pozlife on July 2, 2008

At The Body’s Lipoatrophy Resource Center’s Podcast Central, you’ll find full podcasts of every interview we did with both HIVers and lipoatrophy experts. Listen to excerpts of answers to individual questions or hear our full interviews.

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FIRST PERSON STORIES

Ford Warrick
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Jim Shea
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John
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José Sousa
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Mary
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Maxwell Lawton
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(59MB MP3, 4 hours)

DOC INTERVIEWS

Dr. Ben Young
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Dr. Bob Frascino
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Dr. Kathleen Mulligan
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Dr. Minas Constantinides
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History of Lipoatrophy

Bob Frascino

When HIV-positive people first started showing symptoms of lipoatrophy in the late 1990s, Dr. Bob Frascino witnessed the changes first-hand — not only in his patients, but also in himself, as he’s been living with HIV since 1991. Dr. Frascino recalls lipoatrophy’s early years, when few doctors realized the impact of their patients’ shrinking faces and bodies.
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(13MB MP3, 27 min.)

How I Dealt With Lipoatrophy

Ford Warrick

When Ford Warrick sets his mind to do something, there’s nothing stopping him.When his mental health clients began asking him why his face looked so different, he did a whole lot of research and flew to Brazil to get his face and behind fixed.
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(10MB MP3, 24 min.)

Jim Shea

Jim Shea explains how he got his health insurance to pay for the cost of Sculptra, the only approved form of lipoatrophy treatment in the United States. He also describes how well Sculptra worked for him.
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(14MB MP3, 30 min.)

Bob Frascino

Dr. Bob Frascino has dealt with lipoatrophy from both sides of the doctor’s table: He not only treats HIVers with lipoatrophy, but as an HIV-positive person since 1991, he’s also experienced lipoatrophy himself.
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(5MB MP3, 10 min.)

John

John is a physician with facial lipoatrophy, and he’s not only researched many methods to treat the complication, he’s tried them. He discusses the ins and outs of many reconstructive procedures.
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(23MB MP3, 49 min.)

Maxwell Lawton

For Maxwell Lawton, gaining and maintaining weight is a sacred act. He discusses his use of exercise, testosterone and Marinol as weight maintenance tools.
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(9MB MP3, 17 min.)

What I Tell Patients

Ben Young

Dr. Ben Young describes the advice and support he gives to his own patients when they develop lipoatrophy.
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(3MB MP3, 6 min.)

Bob Frascino

Dr. Bob Frascino offers his unique perspective on coping and getting treatment.
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(9.5MB MP3, 24 min.)

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