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Conspiracy theorists ignore Magic Johnson’s own words: “I am certain that I was infected by having unprotected sex with a woman.”
The four-part docuseries “They Call Me Magic” on Apple TV+ offers an inside look at Magic Johnson and his sports and HIV legacy.
Debunk nine HIV cure myths and watch a livestream discussion titled “Curing HIV: Healing the Mind, Body and Spirit.”
I’ll never forget it. I was a junior in high school. Doing my best to forget my HIV status. Then suddenly, in home room, Magic was on TV...
Plus, as an ambassador for the NBA’s 75th season, Magic Johnson encourages players and fans alike to get COVID-19 vaccinations.
“They let Magic Johnson play basketball with FULL-BLOWN HIV but won’t let Kyrie Irving play because he won’t get a COVID shot”? Nope.
On our third episode, we talk with Dr David Ho, Time’s 1996 Person of the Year and personal doctor to basketball legend Magic Johnson.
Watch Anthony Fauci, Glenn Close, Billy Porter, Kelly Clarkson, Magic Johnson and more raise funds for amfAR’s HIV and COVID-19 efforts.
Watch the sports legend on a CNN town hall. He’s got opinions—and advice.
Magic Johnson calls the basketball icon a “history maker.” Stern died January 1.
Our esteem for their HIV activism—from the red carpet to beyond—is a constant.
A glance at HIV-related themes as they appeared in 1994, the first year of POZ, and during the past year
What does Johnson say about life since then? And how would today’s media handle his disclosure?
Plus other revelations from Cookie Johnson’s new memoir, “Believing in Magic.”
Actor Charlie Sheen acknowledged in a November Today interview that he is living with the virus.
A closer look at the “story” and photo that keep resurfacing
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