AIDS Arms’ website posts a continuing series of stories of LifeWalk supporters. This week, Dr. Brady Allen — one of Dallas’ pioneering specialists in the treatment of AIDS and HIV — talks about having missed only two LifeWalks in the past 25 years, and what the event means to him.
“In the summer of 1981, I finished my residency at Yale right as the HIV Epidemic was being described,” he begins. “It was called GRID (gay-related immune deficiency).”
Read the rest of the story here.