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March 20, 2020 marks the twelfth annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Read and share selections from our collection of resources and personal stories related to women growing older with HIV
People 55 and older make up 37% of the U.S. HIV population. Most are undetectable. What’s more, PrEP use increased among this age group.
Older women are sometimes ignored in discussions about sexual health, HIV prevention and care.
This year’s #HLTSAD is Saturday, June 5, the 40th anniversary of the first AIDS cases reported in the United States.
But people with HIV are less likely to be diagnosed and treated for insomnia than their HIV-negative peers.
Another reason to hit the leg presses and pull-downs: They may improve your strength and endurance as you age.
At one Ryan White clinic in Virginia, the likelihood of multiple health conditions increased over time.
Awareness days help educate the general public and specific communities about HIV/AIDS.
Nine key findings from a survey of HIV-positive people 50 and older. Plus: A special report on aging with HIV during COVID-19.
“Improving the lives of those with HIV and AIDS has been my mission and life’s work for over two decades.”
The 2020 theme is “Resiliency + Action: Ending the HIV Epidemic in Native Communities.”
Annual awareness days help to educate the general public and specific communities about HIV/AIDS.
As the Reverend Claude Bowen puts it: “Wounded healers can’t heal someone else.”
Older people who learn they have HIV are likely to have been positive for 4.5 years—the longest diagnosis delay of any age group.
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