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My Fabulous Disease Goes to AIDS 2016

Mark S. King

I've never gone to this conference and met a passionate activist, or protestor, or drag queen on stilts whom I didn't instantly love -- and put on camera. You can expect me to be spending a lot of time in the Global Village. Think of it like It's a Small World -- but for AIDS. There are so many sights in that village that words cannot describe, and that's why video blogging at this conference is truly one of the highlights of my life as a chronicler of HIV advocacy and the people that make it all possible.

That isn't to say we won't include breaking stories about research. I have no problem rushing a scientist and getting him to explain the latest news to me. I just want to be sure he does it in a way that makes sense to everyone back home.

-- Mark S. King, longtime AIDS advocate, blogger and creator of My Fabulous Disease

July 22, 2016
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