By Alan Hurwitz
For Those AIDS Victims Less Lucky Than I
There are about 1 million people living with HIV today in America. I am one of them. In 1981, I was a psychiatry resident in San Antonio. I had never really planned on studying medicine. But after receiving a fine arts degree from Brandeis and later a graduate degree in public health, going to medical…
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