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TV host Karl Schmid talks about his mission to end HIV stigma

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Karl Schmid, host of “On The Red Carpet,” revealed on Facebook in March 2018 that he has been HIV positive for 10 years. Schmid talks about the day that he found out he was HIV positive saying his immediate emotion was, “Oh my gosh, I’ve let my parents down.” Now Schmid, who was initially afraid of publicly sharing his diagnosis, hopes to end the stigma attached to the disease. Megyn Kelly TODAY is joined by Dr. Antonio Urbina, who specializes in infectious diseases, sheds light on misinformed fears.