Love Is the Cure: On Life, Loss, and the End of AIDS (Review)

I kind of expected the book to be a personal reflection of Elton John’s experiences during the AIDS crisis (particularly in the beginning, since he was probably at his peak of popularity then). It is this, in part, but not completely. A large focus in the book is on the AIDS policies of governments, especially the United States, and on the politics surrounding the epidemic.

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