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The New York Times: “After Petition, Greg Louganis Gets His Wheaties Box,” “Alexis Arquette, Versatile Transgender Performer, Dies at 47,” “Amanda Blake Died of AIDS, Doctor Says,” “Freddie Mercury, 45, Lead Singer Of the Rock Band Queen, Is Dead,” “Jonathan Van Ness of ‘Queer Eye’ Comes Out,” “Keith Haring, Artist, Dies at 31; Career Began in Subway Graffiti,” “Life of 22 Years Ends, but Not Before Many Heard Message on AIDS,” “Nureyev Did Have AIDS, His Doctor Confirms,” “Robert Mapplethorpe, Photographer, Dies at 42,” “Ryan White Dies of AIDS at 18; His Struggle Helped Pierce Myths.”
Biography: “Anthony Perkins,” “Liberace,” “Robert Reed,” “Rock Hudson.”
PBS News Hour: “Remembering Ryan White, the teen who fought against the stigma of AIDS.”
Kaiser Family Foundation: “The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program: The Basics.”
AIDS United: “Who was Pedro Zamora?”
Los Angeles Times: “Anthony Perkins, 60, Dies; Star of ‘Psycho’ Had AIDS.” “Pedro Zamora: from ‘Real World’ to real legend.”
The Hollywood Reporter: “‘A Tear in the Ocean’: The Final Days of Alexis Arquette.”
A&U: “The Defenders.”
The Washington Post: “Liberace Had AIDS.”
ESPN: “'I didn't think I'd see 30,' says Greg Louganis.”
The Keith Haring Foundation: “Bio.”
The New Yorker: “Roy Cohn and the Making of a Winner-Take-All America.”
History: “Joseph McCarthy.”
Vanity Fair: “Robert Mapplethorpe’s Proud Finale.”
People: “Friends -- and Her Doctor -- say AIDS, Not Cancer, Killed Gunsmoke's Amanda Blake.”
MSN: “‘Who's the Boss' alum Danny Pintauro has a beautifully rewarding new job.”
The Advocate: "Styx and stones."
Biography.com: "Andy Bell."
Finding Dulcinea: "On This Day: Magic Johnson Reveals That He Has HIV."
HIV Plus Magazine: "Revisiting Erasure's Andy Bell: The Classic HIV Plus Interview."
L.A. Times: "Rap Star Eazy-E Says He Has AIDS: Health: Major figure in 'gangsta' movement says young fans need to know about 'what's real.' He is listed in critical condition."
New York Times: "Arthur Ashe, Tennis Star, Is Dead at 49," "Charlie Sheen Says He Has H.I.V. and Has Paid Millions to Keep It Secret," "Charlie Sheen's Newest Role: Condom Pitchman," "Isaac Asimov, Whose Thoughts and Books Traveled the Universe, Is Dead at 72."
PBS: "20 Years After HIV Announcement, Magic Johnson Emphasizes: 'I Am Not Cured.'"
Publisher's Weekly: "ISAAC ASIMOV: It's Been a Good Life."
USA Today: "Who's the Boss' star Danny Pintauro: I'm HIV-Positive."
Washington Post: "Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over diagnosis."
Reviewed by Neha Pathak, MD on November 19, 2019
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