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Can You Get HIV from a Cook?

Just over half of Americans say they would not eat a meal made by a person who is HIV+, according to a survey by Casey House, an HIV hospital in Toronto. To fight that stigma and misinformation, the nonprofit opened a pop-up restaurant where all of the cooks are HIV+. Still, to quell fears, we asked Paul Volberding, M.D., director of the AIDS Research Institute at the University of

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