Magic's All-Star moment still has impact
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Two decades ago in this same city, the NBA All-Star Game went deeper than sports.
Magic Johnson, who just months earlier announced he was HIV positive and would retire from the NBA, returned to the hardwood and forced the league, even the world, to think differently about HIV and AIDS.
The disease had a public face it never had before, and that brought more questions and optimism to the forefront. Questions, like how we can learn more about HIV and how ...
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