AIDS ‘forced entire generation of gay men out of the closet’

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HIV invaded the LGBTQ community when it was first discovered in 1981. More than thirty years later, doctors say they have cured a second person from the virus using a bone-marrow transplant. Kathye Gorosh, Victor Salvo and Modesto Tico Valle discuss how the AIDS epidemic impacted Chicagoans in the ’80s and the everlasting changes that followed. (Alison Bowen and Kasondra Van Treeck/Chicago Tribune)

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