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July 21, 2012 
Former NBA basketball player and AIDS patient Nate Granger, 56, poses for a portrait outside his apartment... 
Newark, UNITED STATES 
Former NBA basketball player and AIDS patient Granger poses for a portrait outside his apartment in New... 
Former NBA basketball player and AIDS patient Nate Granger, 56, poses for a portrait outside his apartment in this picture taken July 6, 2012 at JbJ Soul House Genesis 1, an affordable development with support services for low income and special needs people including tenants living with HIV/AIDS that is fully integrated with the services of acute care AIDS facility Broadway House, New Jersey's only specialized nursing facility for HIV/AIDS just one block away. Granger, who was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in 2001 weighing just 165 pounds after suffering a stroke. Confined to a hospital bed unable to walk or talk and taking as many 18 pills a day in 2001 to combat the virus, Granger now takes just one pill a day, weighs 250 pounds lives in his own apartment and calls himself "living proof that HIV/AIDS patients have a chance to survive". Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH) 
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