We are thrilled that Elton is reaching so many people with his message that compassion is essential to fighting stigma and ending the AIDS epidemic. You can watch Elton’s interview about the book with the Today Show’s Matt Lauer, and listen to his interview with Steve Inskeep of NPR’s Morning Edition.
Love Is the Cure tells the moving story of Elton’s friendship with Ryan White and his family, and how Ryan’s courageous struggle with hemophilia and HIV/AIDS and his humane response to the stigma associated with his illness inspired Elton to change his life and create the Elton John AIDS Foundation. He reflects on 20 years of the Foundation’s work through frontline stories from EJAF grantees around the world, and offers his insights on how compassion can be a transformative force in the fight against AIDS.
Sales of Love Is the Cure directly support the work of the Foundation, and we hope you will support EJAF and help to spread Elton’s important message by reading the book and telling your friends and family about it. You can order a copy of the book from Amazon or Barnes and Noble, or you can find a copy at your local book store.