Famous People Living With HIV

Magic Johnson, NBA member who played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers
Magic Johnson, NBA member who played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers
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Magic Johnson, NBA member who played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers
Magic Johnson, NBA member who played point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers
(credit: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for Centric)
Roy Simmons, NFL member who played offensive lineman for the New York Giants and Washington Redskins
Roy Simmons, NFL member who played offensive lineman for the New York Giants and Washington Redskins
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Paul Lekakis, musician best known for his single "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)"
Paul Lekakis, musician best known for his single "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)"
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Mondo Guerra, fashion designer who appeared on the television show “Project Runway”
Mondo Guerra, fashion designer who appeared on the television show “Project Runway”
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Tommy Morrison, American heavyweight boxer and a former World Boxing Organization champion
Tommy Morrison, American heavyweight boxer and a former World Boxing Organization champion
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Larry Kramer, American playwright, author, public health advocate and LGBT rights activist
Larry Kramer, American playwright, author, public health advocate and LGBT rights activist
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Jim J. Bullock, actor and comedian best known from ‘80s television including “Too Close For Comfort,” “Hollywood Squares,” and “Alf”
Jim J. Bullock, actor and comedian best known from ‘80s television including “Too Close For Comfort,” “Hollywood Squares,” and “Alf”
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Jack Mackenroth, fashion designer who appeared on the television show “Project Runway”
Jack Mackenroth, fashion designer who appeared on the television show “Project Runway”
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Holly Johnson, musician best known as the lead vocalist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Holly Johnson, musician best known as the lead vocalist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood
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Greg Louganis, American Olympic diver
Greg Louganis, American Olympic diver
(credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Team Detroit)
Edmund White, novelist best known for his autobiography "A Boy's Own Story"
Edmund White, novelist best known for his autobiography "A Boy's Own Story"
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Chuck Panozzo, musician best known as the bass player of Styx
Chuck Panozzo, musician best known as the bass player of Styx
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Andy Fraser, founding members of the rock band Free
Andy Fraser, founding members of the rock band Free
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Andy Bell, lead singer of Erasure
Andy Bell, lead singer of Erasure
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Andrew Sullivan, British author, editor and political commentator best known for his blog “The Daily Dish”
Andrew Sullivan, British author, editor and political commentator best known for his blog “The Daily Dish”
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