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May 24, 2016

Improving The Health Of Older Adults Living With HIV

By | Fenway Health Newsroom, HIV/AIDS, LGBT Aging | No Comments
More than three decades after the onslaught of the AIDS crisis, many long-term survivors are now middle-aged or older adults. Due in large part to improvements in treatment and care, half of people living with HIV in the United States today are age 50 and over. The fact that HIV-positive people can now expect to live long, full lives is wonderful, but with longer life comes the challenges of aging. The National Center for Innovation in HIV Care, a project of The Fenway Institute, has released Strategies to Improve the Health of Older Adults Living With HIV, a brief exploring 
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