Black HIV activists help address the issue.
The actor and singer was honored by the Black AIDS Institute on World AIDS Day.
And learned to choose love instead.
“To those who have not been tested, maybe because of fear, I say to you: it is better to live in knowledge than to die in fear.”
While the study is currently unconfirmed, bioethicists are deeply concerned about the ramifications this could have on the scientific community.
The San Francisco man contracted a strain associated with people who previously took HIV meds, but no longer do.
It promotes Logo's new documentary, Quiet Heroes, premiering August 23.