Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for April 13, 1989
Joanie: I can't believe Andy's spirits, doctor. How can he be so glib about his condition? Doctor: I'm not sure, Joanie...but I do know it's not likely to go on indefinitely. His suffering will become too monstrous, I'm glad-and I'm sure he's glad-you saw him at this stage. Later, he could go blind, lose his hair, or shrivel up like a raisin from dehydration. AIDS patients can even develop fungal infections normally found in chickens and cats! Andy: Cluck, cluck, cluck, buck! Doctor: Go to sleep, Andy!