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Humor in HIV? Mark S. King tells me why humor is okay.

Mark S King showcases his wit and humor in this special conversation about laughing with HIV

Is it okay to laugh about HIV?

In a recent “HIV Community Conversations” presented by Napo Pharmaceuticals’ episode, Mark S King, the funny and always insightful four time consecutive GLAAD Media Award nominee (but never winner) explains how humor is a coping mechanism and sometimes laughing is a whole lot better than the alternative—crying.
HIV Community Conversations presented by Napo Pharmaceuticals featuring Mark S King and Josh Robbins

Although this article was not sponsored or paid for by anyone, I am marking it as sponsored since I am a digital consultant for Jaguar Health, which is the parent company of Napo Pharmaceuticals. As you know, I consult for companies and their digital strategies for a living—but I want to be transparent about a working relationship. To learn more about my disclosures, visit here.

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