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A TV, film and stage star—she played the handsy grandma in “Sixteen Candles”—Carole Cook also championed HIV and LGBTQ causes.
Dr. Michael Gottlieb, who wrote the CDC report in 1981, doesn’t hold back on Rock Hudson, AmFAR, and his legacy in the history of HIV.
Designer Doug Meyer’s stylish, updated version of “Heroes: A Tribute” educates as it captivates.
Author Armistead Maupin also shares insights about married life, bathhouses and his scandalous relationship with Rock Hudson.
A TV appearance by Rock Hudson, who died 30 years ago this month, and Doris Day drew speculation that Hudson had AIDS.
Why didn’t Reagan address AIDS in a public speech until 1987?
Is criminalizing HIV ever a good idea? That’s the question Benjamin Ryan posed in the POZ magazine feature “Burden of Proof.”
Weeks before dying of AIDS-related illness in 1985, Rock Hudson asked Nancy Reagan to help him cut through red tape—but was refused.
New-York Historical Society looks at the epidemic’s first five years.
Mark S. King recollects his one-night stand with Rock Hudson, years before Hudson would become the most famous AIDS patient in the world.
The doctor who diagnosed the first AIDS cases reflects on 30 years of the epidemic.
Dame Elizabeth Taylor: “Celebrity is not something that comes without responsibility.”
Tinsel Town’s script about AIDS is good, but the picture’s not always pretty
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