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Antron Reshaud Olukayode Died of AIDS. We Must Say It.

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He was so young,I been here 63 yrs,i understand what he’s going through,many of us seniors lost our lifelong friends years ago,trolling the internet for love ,a senior with H.I.V ha ha,people put down the bars now for internet ,extremely hard to meet new people,so just take your pills everything will be okay,u still question your existence, no pity party here,i live thru civil rights,Vietnam era,80 aids crisis,i thank god for the east coast,better support there,red states enough to make u sick.

May 3, 2018 Tulsa


Outing people with regards to their right to privacy and autonomy is criminal. Health is a private matter. Writing about someone’s HIV status without their explicit and fully informed consent, especially after they died - it’s simply heinous.

December 5, 2017 Chicago

Mike Burns

@Dale Smith I wouldn’t read anything untoward into the disease progress and the possibility of other factors. It’s a biostatistical reality that the great (most) percentage of us diagnosed with HIV, on antiretroviral medications and with good adherence will live to old age. The biostatistical reality is that a small number (small percentage) of people who do all of the things that current research says we should do but do succumb to the disease.

December 1, 2017

Dale Smith

Call me out of the loop, but I had grown accustomed to believing that thanks to the sophistication and effectiveness of HIV medications, AIDS-related deaths were a thing of the past. My doctor told me, that barring any extraordinary events, I could expect to die of old age or being hit by a bus. As long as I remain on an effective drug regimen HIV /AIDS would not kill me. Is there more to Antron's story than the article that is so eager to hold him up as having died from AIDS is saying?

November 23, 2017

Michael Brewster

I am so sorry to hear of this loss. May he rest in peace and my he always be remember for all the good he has done for the HIV/AIDS world we live in today.

November 21, 2017 Haslett, MI

Henry Levingston Ii

I am always sadden to hear about an AIDS related death, especially when HIV stigma plays a role in the outcome of such a wonderful person. I give my blessings to his family and friends In this tragic loss, but know his message of love for self will live on. Henry Levingston III aka Professor IPD AIDS activist and original survivor

November 21, 2017 San Diego,CA


God Bless Antron Reshaud for fighting so hard for 15 years with Hiv+/Aids Now that the battle is over My he rest in peace I will keep praying for him and everybody living with Hiv+/Aids God Bless Him and all his Family and Friends Br. Antonio Caniano

November 21, 2017 New York


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