A graphic memoir and adapted oral history of Unit 371, an inpatient AIDS care hospital unit in Chicago that was in existence from 1985 to 2000. Examines the human costs of caregiving and the role art can play in the grieving process.
Brings together original graphic narratives, comics, animation/feature, and other creative forms by those who provide or receive health care. They address medically relevant topics—be they poignant, thought-provoking, or just plain entertaining.
Creative hub of Nathan Gray, a doctor specializing in Internal Medicine and Palliative Care. He uses comics and other artwork to promote empathy, educate others, and sometimes explore the ironies of the medical world.