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    A vivid 1983 reminder of initial AIDS scare

    05:18
  • Early stigma and prejudice about AIDS

    06:12
  • Act Up's advocacy brings attention to AIDS

    05:35
  • Chris Hayes on taking Paxlovid and what he learned from his Covid experience

    07:43
  • The Bye Line: Just like the 1980s AIDS crisis, COVID is not "overhyped"

    02:37
  • World Aids Day is December 1

    05:03
  • Maddow: Look past conspiracy nonsense and weirdos to appreciate modern medical science

    07:11
  • Fmr. WH AIDS Policy Director on HIV, 40 years after the disease was first reported

    07:13
  • 'Science at its best': Fauci hails Covid vaccine research in progress toward HIV vaccine

    01:49
  • Straight talk on the search for a coronavirus cure

    05:24
  • No quick solution to treat coronavirus despite hopeful leads

    02:16
  • GOTCHA: VP Mike Pence is a hypocrite

    02:05
  • Music moguls Lyor Cohen and Kevin Liles on hip hop, rock and roll & the future of music

    21:45
  • Singer Annie Lennox on gender-bending and global feminism

    06:00
  • Patient appears cleared of HIV virus for second time in history

    01:22
  • Results on London HIV patient raising hopes for AIDS patients

    06:31
  • Trump asks Congress to fund fight against HIV. And there's a plan to go with it.

    01:29
  • The impact PEPFAR had on HIV/AIDS in Africa

    07:32
  • Disco star Sylvester James is a Monumental American

    01:00
  • Trump admin abruptly ends AIDS council

    05:26

Aggressive strain of HIV discovered in Cuba

02:28

José Díaz-Balart talks with Dr. Aileen Marty about the discovery of a highly-aggressive strain of HIV in Cuba—a strain that progresses into full-blown AIDS three times faster than the common strains of the virus.