Andrew Sullivan, Daily Beast Journalist, Calls Being Diagnosed With HIV His "Worst Day"
October 6, 2011
For his Daily Beast blog "The Dish," controversial British journalist Andrew Sullivan opens up about being diagnosed with HIV in 1993. In a video blog called "The Worst Day," Sullivan discusses the actual day he tested positive, how HIV barred him from gaining citizenship in the U.S., and how he couldn't stop shaking after getting the news.
Watch video below:
How was your experience compared to Sullivan's?
Kellee Terrell is the former news editor for TheBody.com and TheBodyPRO.com.
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