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“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.
Public health leaders hoped more well-known names would become role models for getting the vaccines.
The actors help debunk COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions in a new bilingual campaign.
The AIDS Walk program and viewing parties take place Sunday, May 16, and raise funds for those vulnerable to HIV and COVID-19.
Watch Anthony Fauci, Glenn Close, Billy Porter, Kelly Clarkson, Magic Johnson and more raise funds for amfAR’s HIV and COVID-19 efforts.
The video marks the debut of “Black Voices Matter” and is part of the Black AIDS Institute’s new website launch.
TAG’s Research in Action Awards, November 19, will be virtual (and free!). Here’s how to join Sharon Stone and others.
The great (virtual) work begins! This time in support of amfAR’s Fund to Fight COVID-19.
The Oscar-winning actress has been “very strict” about social distancing.
The comedian, who stood up to cancer, isn’t about to let a little global health crisis get her down.
The entertainer initially tested negative for the virus, but a second test confirmed her diagnosis even though she exhibited no symptoms.
The former first lady disclosed that she periodically suffers from depression.
His AIDS foundation launched the COVID-19 Emergency Fund to help vulnerable people living with HIV.
Couric has partnered with Merck to produce a web series about being treated for cancer during the pandemic.
The 57-year-old former New York Knick and b-ball Hall of Famer was briefly hospitalized but has since been released.
Watch the NBA icon also discuss HIV, racial health disparities and the return of sports during the coronavirus crisis.
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