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That’s compared with a control group of HIV-negative individuals in a small study.
Miguel, nicknamed “the Lisbon Patient,” is about to turn 100.
Then this happened.
No. 5: As a 70-year-old white woman, I was one of the least likely people on the planet to contract HIV.
Many are heterosexual and have advanced HIV, which suggests a “new direction in which the HIV epidemic is evolving.”
Unfortunately, I learned it all the hard way . . .
Here’s what happened next (and a little about me).
The last of a three-part series offers five ways seniors can advocate for their HIV health.
A three part blog on HIV and Aging
Research shows a higher risk of chronic conditions for seniors living with HIV.
National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day is Sunday, Sept. 18. But I want to look at it through a specific lens.
Finding solutions to housing older Americans living with HIV/AIDS
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The District of Columbia plans to spend $150,000 a year for at least the next two years to increase HIV/AIDS awareness among senior citizens,...
If you’re living with HIV, over 50 years of age and haven’t yet started antiretroviral (ARV) therapy, revised guidelines from the U.S...
In an effort to tackle rising HIV rates among senior citizens, the Washington, DC, City Council is considering a district-wide program to trai...
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