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HIV-positive individuals tend to develop frailty at a younger age than the general population.
A recent analysis of a group of HIV-positive individuals age 50 and older found that nearly half had potential conflicts.
My older gay brother was the first AIDS activist I have ever known. His influence changed my life. We share that story in this video.
This means having an AIDS-defining illness or a CD4 count below 200.
A recent small study compared objective and subjective fatigue among those with and without HIV who were age 50 and older.
My three stages of recovery after being diagnosed with the virus
The campaign stars members of Brooklyn’s GRIOT Circle.
Three minority men share their life stories in GRIOT Circle’s “Still Standing” project, but you can read them right here!
Grantees serve critical populations: homeless, LGBT, youth, African-American, incarcerated people and more.
In an effort to tackle rising HIV rates among senior citizens, the Washington, DC, City Council is considering a district-wide program to trai...
People age 50 and older are nearly 2.5 times more likely to be diagnosed late with HIV than younger adults.
The vast majority of HIV-positive people older than 60 respond well to antiretroviral (ARV) therapy.
Older HIV-positive adults have richer and more satisfying social support and less depression than younger HIV-positive adults, according to a...
Graying HIVers are writing safe-sex work into the retirement plan
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