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Marchers at a candlelight vigil in San Francisco, Calif., carry a banner to call attention to the continuing battle against AIDS on May 29, 1989. The city was home to the nation's first AIDS special care unit. The unit, which opened in 1983, is the subject the documentary 5B. Jason M. Grow/AP hide caption

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1st AIDS Ward '5B' Fought To Give Patients Compassionate Care, Dignified Deaths

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Ramy Youssef is the co-creator and star of the semi-autobiographical Hulu series Ramy. "From the onset ... we really wanted to challenge our main character," he says. Hasan Amin/Hulu hide caption

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Comic Ramy Youssef On Being An 'Allah Carte' Muslim: 'You Sit In Contradictions'

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Amber Scorah writes about exiting the Jehovah's Witnesses in Leaving the Witness. Lee Towndrow/Viking hide caption

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'I Couldn't Continue On': A Former Jehovah's Witness On Leaving The Faith

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John Prine On Music, Cancer And Why He Never Expected To Be A Recording Artist

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On HBO's 'Barry,' Bill Hader Asks, 'Can You Change Your Nature?'

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Ava DuVernay Focuses On The Central Park 5's Perspective: 'Now People Know'

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Geriatrics is a specialty that should adapt and change with each patient, says physician and author Louise Aronson. "I need to be a different sort of doctor for people at different ages and phases of old age." Robert Lang Photography/Getty Images hide caption

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A Clearer Map For Aging: 'Elderhood' Shows How Geriatricians Help Seniors Thrive

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Remembering Musician, Singer, Songwriter And Producer Dr. John

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UAE's Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed's Growing Influence On The U.S.

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Christina Applegate plays Jen, a real estate agent and mother of two, dealing with the sudden death of her husband in the Netflix series Dead To Me. Saeed Adyan/Netflix hide caption

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'Dead To Me' Star Christina Applegate: Loss 'Lives In The Fibers Of Your Being'

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R. Kelly leaves the Leighton Courthouse in Chicago, Ill., on May 7, 2019, following a hearing in relation to the sex abuse allegations made against him. Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images hide caption

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Reporter Who Broke R. Kelly Story: Abuse Was In 'Full View Of The World'

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'Fate Of Food' Asks: What's For Dinner In A Hotter, Drier, More Crowded World?

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Revisiting 'Deadwood,' With Star Timothy Olyphant And Creator David Milch

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Journalist Predicts SCOTUS, 'Under Strain,' Will Move Slowly On Abortion

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'Fresh Air' Remembers Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writer Tony Horwitz

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