Growing older and ageing with HIV

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Now that effective treatment for HIV is available, it is considered to be a long-term condition and many people are living long and healthy lives with HIV. This factsheet covers some key points about growing older with HIV.

June 11, 2018
Year of publication
2017
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
HIV and ageing, aging, older people living with HIV, ageing HIV population

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