World AIDS Museum Spotlight Series: Dr. Heidemarie Kremer
The Spotlight Series invites those living with HIV, activists, advocates, and educators to speak about their experiences with HIV/AIDS. Join the World AIDS Museum for our talk with Heidemarie Kremer: doctor, scientist, advocate. Kremer was diagnosed with HIV after contracting it from a patient she was treating in Germany. She became the first person living with HIV to receive a green card after the United States lifted its ban on people living with HIV/AIDS.