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Welcome to the first and largest STD dating site for Celebrities with HIV, which is dedicated to providing information about celebrities with HIV and HIV dating services to its users.
Most people over the age of 30 won't soon forget the emotional public disclosure on Nov. 7, 1991 from one of basketball's all-time greats. Magic's HIV diagnosis essentially ended a phenomenal NBA career, though he did make a few brief comebacks.
One of the most beloved movie stars of the '50s and '60s, Rock Hudson's AIDS-related death in late 1985 was a shock to the world. In a move that is truly emblematic of the unparalleled stigma of HIV, his publicity team had covered up his illness by saying he had liver cancer.
As the lead singer of Queen, one of the top-selling rock bands of all time, Freddie Mercury was among the most recognizable faces of the '70s. He tested positive in 1987 and died of AIDS-related pneumonia four years later, one day after publicly acknowledging for the first time that he had AIDS.Just new a few.
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