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More and more people living with HIV are now older adults in their fifties, sixties or beyond. They often need to manage one or more other health conditions (called co-morbidities) alongside their HIV. Antiretroviral treatment works well for older people.

Aging HIV Patients Face Comorbidities and Hospitalizations

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Medscape (requires free registration)
23 June 2022

Fatigue Affects Cognitive Processing in the Ageing HIV Population

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Medscape (requires free registration)
1 June 2022

Polypharmacy Common Among Patients Aged 65 or Older With HIV

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Medscape (requires free registration)
28 April 2022

More Questions Than Answers When Managing HIV and Menopause

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Medscape (requires free registration)
23 March 2022

Marc Thompson: Still Here After All These Years

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Infectious Disease Special Edition
21 February 2022

Stephen Karpiak, Pathbreaking H.I.V. Researcher, Dies at 74

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The New York Times
8 November 2021

Our Days Are Numbered

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POZ
4 May 2021

More Research Needed on Possible Link Between Hot Flashes, CVD in Women With HIV

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American Journal of Managed Care
13 April 2021