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How One Pop-Up Restaurant Is Fighting Stigma Against HIV/AIDS

A Toronto pop-up restaurant serves food prepared by chefs living with HIV/AIDS. NPR's Elise Hu talks to Joanne Simons, CEO of the Casey House hospital, about how the eatery breaks down stigma.
Worldwide there are more than 30 million people living with HIV/AIDs. Source: Chung Sung-Jun

This month diners in Toronto were treated to a four-course meal at a The menu included Northern Thai leek and potato soup with a hint of curry, a pasta served with smoked arctic char followed by garlic rapini and flank steak. The entire meal was topped off with a boozy tiramisu for

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