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HIV/AIDs and Older Adults

Today is World AIDS Day. You might wonder what this has to do with older adults? According to the National Institute on Aging, about a quarter of those with HIV/AIDS are 50 years or older. Sure, with the treatments available now some of those people have aged into their 50s and beyond, but some are newly diagnosed. Some only recently discovered they were HIV positive and some only recently contracted HIV. The CDC indicates that in 2005, 15% of new diagnoses were those in the 50+ age group. Part of the issue is that most people are like you and me; we don’t tend to think of HIV as being an aging issue. We don’t think about our grandparents or our parents having a sex life. Indeed we all woul

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