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Larry King Talks to Plus Editor and Celebs About HIV, Stigma, and PrEP

Larry King Talks to Plus Editor and Celebs About HIV, Stigma, and PrEP


The legendary reporter turned to some experts for an intro to the state of HIV in America today.

Editor's note: The statistic given in this video about how many gay black men will have HIV by the time they turn 40 is wrong; the real number is 6 in 10. For more info on that see The Advocate's #6in10 project.

Last week on Larry King Now, the venerable 82-year-old talk show host joined Plus magazine's editor in chief, Diane Anderson-Minshall and four other leaders in the HIV field. They included: Dr. Judith Currier , a professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine at UCLA and Division Chief for Infectious Diseases and the Associate Director of the UCLA Center for Clinical AIDS Research and Education (CARE): Jake Glaser, the son of Elizabeth Glaser, grew up with HIV-positive, carries on his mother's legacy at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation; actress Sheryl Lee Ralph, whose charity, Divas Simply Singing, raises money for HIV; and Christopher Brown, Director of Health and Mental Health Services at the Los Angeles LGBT Center.


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