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Watch the NBA icon also discuss HIV, racial health disparities and the return of sports during the coronavirus crisis.
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.”
A new documentary takes a look at today’s HIV stories.
Johnson publicly disclosed his HIV-positive diagnosis in 1991.
Okay it’s with much reservation but pleasure that I write this blog and take on this very sensitive issue.
When I first heard that the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) would be held in the United States for the first time in 20 years, i...
Now, more than 20 years later, Magic Johnson’s still changing minds and winning hearts.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and the Magic Johnson Foundation have partnered to open a clinic May 16 in Atlanta, The Georgia Voice rep...
After her mother died of AIDS, native New Yorker Shacazia Brown took a look around and saw that many more children like her were struggling wi...
Jamar Rogers, the 30-year-old HIV-positive contestant on NBC’s singing competition The Voice, has quickly become a fan favorite. Although he c...
Magic Johnson Enterprises is investing in a Miami-based insurer to create a Medicaid program for people with HIV, The Miami Herald reports.
Johnson’s story and Lebese’s story reveal how much has been achieved in the fight against stigma, and how much further we still have to go.
The Announcement, a documentary about Magic Johnson’s HIV disclosure, will debut March 11 on ESPN, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Yes I was born with AIDS, but this same disease I was born with that almost killed me more than once is the same disease you can contract if y...
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