Authorities say the man faces 100 years in prison for allegedly selling altered, repackaged HIV medications to unsuspecting pharmacies.
Dr. Anthony Scarsella was the last surviving member of a historic group that centered the health care needs of gay men and folks living with HIV.
"I didn't think I'd see 30, honestly," the four-time Olympic gold medal-winner says.
Tanya Asapansa-Johnson Walker details the immense barriers she's faced in the U.S. health care system.
In honor of HIV Is Not a Crime Awareness Day, the social justice activist reflects on how being arrested for "HIV exposure" led him to becoming a beacon for change.
"I refuse to allow what I've managed to conquer have power in my life!"
The performer opened up in an emotional scene.