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Older People With HIV Face Different Long-Term Health Challenges

March 23, 2016

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Denmark -- unexpected trends in use of psychotropic medicines -- TreatmentUpdate 204

Impressive gains in survival for older people with HIV but still less than general population -- CATIE News

Danish study raises questions about accelerated aging in HIV -- CATIE News

Quantification of biological aging in young adults -- Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA

Management of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Advanced Age -- Journal of the American Medical Association

Long-term HIV infection and health-related quality of life -- CATIE News

Dutch doctors explore intersection of aging and HIV -- CATIE News

Geriatric syndromes found to be common among some people with HIV -- CATIE News

HIV and Aging: State of Knowledge and Areas of Critical Need for Research. A Report to the NIH Office of AIDS Research by the HIV and Aging Working Group

The CIHR Comorbidity Agenda -- Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

CIHR's HIV Comorbidity Research Agenda: Relevant Research Areas

HIV and Aging -- Healthy living tips for people 50 and over living with HIV

Mental Health -- HIV in Canada: A primer for service providers

HIV and brain-related issues -- TreatmentUpdate 204

Longer life expectancy for HIV-positive people in North America -- TreatmentUpdate 200

Factsheets on HIV and aging in Canada -- Canadian AIDS Society

HIV & Aging: A 2013 Environmental Scan of Programs and Services in Canada -- Community Report -- Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR)

Directory of Promising Programs and Services for Older People Living with HIV in Canada -- CWGHR

Evidence-informed recommendations for rehabilitation with older adults living with HIV: a knowledge synthesis -- CWGHR


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