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Bob Leahy asks: Should we value the story-telling of celebrities living with HIV over that of the less famous?
In the SNL season opener, Weekend Update and Michael Che decided to end an assessment of the Brett Kavanaugh saga by harshly judging HIV.
When Charlie announced a couple of years ago that he’s HIV positive, sales of HIV home testing kits shot up dramatically.
Julia Stambler knows that Sheen’s undetectable status—plus the use of protection—means she won’t contract the virus.
This finding follows a previous study that found that his “Today” show appearance caused a surge in web searches for information on HIV.
Now that he’s on PRO-140, an experimental weekly injection, Sheen “is feeling fantastic.”
The actor is still in the FDA trial of an injectable HIV med.
The actor is part of an FDA study on the weekly injectable PRO 140.
Plus: Lots of women aren’t happy with Sheen as a spokesperson for LELO’s Hex condoms.
Plus: The National Enquirer’s editor-in-chief tells how he went on a “two-year hunt” for the Sheen HIV scoop.
AIDS activist Maria Mejia was so outraged by HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher, she started a Change.org petition.
Mel England talks about his HIV diagnosis at 19, a gay midlife crisis, his latest film and the mantra that got him through it all
New questions about Charlie Sheen’s infamous visits to The Dr. Oz show.
But when celebrities bring awareness to a disease, the results can be tricky—even for Angelina Jolie.
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