Born with HIV, Ashley Rose Murphy has been an activist since she was in elementary school. She fought mild cerebral palsy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and a learning disability — as well as HIV stigma — to become a kickass 19-year-old activist, a long-term survivor, and a Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation ambassador. Meanwhile, Poz diplomat Michael Varga was given months to live (in the 1990s). Instead, the former State Department employee continues to thrive. Plus: Experts offer 15 things you need to know about HIV & aging.
January 29 2018 2:19 PM