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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: Humor in HIV with Mark S. King and Josh Robbins

This month's "HIV Community Conversation" presented by Napo Pharmaceuticals is with advocate Mark S. King and hosted by Josh Robbins discussing Humor in HIV. This is the fourth event in the monthly series, which brings key advocates and activists in the HIV community together to talk about the issues that matter most to people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Previously we have had conversations with about aging with HIV, #UequalsU, and overcoming advocacy fatigue.

Posted by I'm Still Josh on Friday, September 27, 2019
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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