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Joseph Sonnabend

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Joseph Sonnabend was a physician who was one of the first to notice symptoms in his patients that would later be identified as HIV/AIDS.

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Many thanks to Dr. Sonnabend, he helped so many. Sincere condolences to the Sonnabend family and friends, may God be with you all.

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss. His work in the identification of HIV/AIDS helped many sufferers. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

Wow, I have never met him. But he sounds like a wonderful man who really accomplished some critical things in the AIDS/HIV community. May he Rest In Peace. My thoughts are with the friends and family

My condolences to the family.May the God of Comfort continue to comfort the family, during thesedifficult times.

Sending prayers and warm wishes to his family and friends. My son's life was saved because of his research. My family and I thank him for giving us the best years of our lives. His legacy will live on in the countless lives he saved.

He gave my partner another ten years, we thank him for his tireless efforts to find a cure. He saved my life and we will be forever grateful, God bless and RIP Joseph!

He gave my partner another ten years. We cannot thank him enough for what he has done for us. We lived every day and never took anything for granted. May God bless his family and friends, he was one in a million.

My partner was one of his first patients at a time when gay people faced so much discrimination and prejudice. He passed away a year later, but we were so grateful for his compassion and openness. I send my condolences to his family and friends, my thoughts and prayers are with them at this time.

Thank you for your groundbreaking and compassionate care of gay people. I received treatment that saved my life 20 years ago. I'll never forget his generosity and kindness, he will be greatly missed.