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The late HIV epidemiologist founded the House of Marc Jacobs.
An epidemiologist who addressed HIV and COVID-19 disparities, Stephaun Elite Wallace loved music and founded the House of Marc Jacobs.
His groundbreaking 1985 appearance on the evangelical TV show put a face to AIDS. The event was re-created in a 2021 Oscar-winning film.
Writing for The Wall Street Journal in 1996, Sanford detailed how a new class of HIV meds turned his health around.
A TV, film and stage star—she played the handsy grandma in “Sixteen Candles”—Carole Cook also championed HIV and LGBTQ causes.
The beloved star of TV, film and stage died at age 96.
Celebrities shine bright among 2022 POZ HIV News headlines about PrEP, discrimination, crime laws, COVID, fake meds and more.
The comedic actor died unexpectedly last month. Along with “Will & Grace” and Instagram posts, Leslie Jordan’s legacy includes HIV work.
An influential religious leader, Calvin O. Butts III also served on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).
Since my Mom passed at the end of June I’ve been to two memorials: a family friend and a great aunt. Two people Mom loved dearly.
An HIV-positive gay man who performed as Patina du Prey, Hunter Reynolds was a member of ACT UP. Here’s his latest art book.
My mom passed to spirit this week... the lion of my life sleeps tonight. A thankful cub’s tribute.
Luc Montagnier shared a 2008 Nobel Prize for the HIV discovery, but his other views and research became controversial in later years.
Rush Limbaugh, COVID-19 vaccines and 40 years of AIDS—POZ bloggers mused about the big HIV issues of 2021.
HIV disclosure, discrimination, COVID-19 and PrEP—did a single HIV news item dominate 2021 headlines?
HIV activist Scott Robbe protested with ACT UP at the New York Stock Exchange in 1989, and he championed LGBTQ visibility in film and TV.
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