The statistics are grim : one american in 250 infected with HIV. More Americans dead of AIDS than died in both the Vietnam and Korean wars. But numbers are insufficient. What they don't tell us is that many of these precious lives made our lives richer, and that the collective loss of individual talent has palpably diminished our field, and the arts as a whole.
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