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Aging HIV Population Faces Increased Risk Of Health Issues

September 24, 2010 8:54 a.m.

The Centers for Disease Control estimates by 2015, half of all Americans living with HIV will be over 50 years old. Doctors say the complex interactions between HIV, anti-retroviral therapy and aging aren't fully understood. But there is evidence that the disease increases one's risk of a variety of health problems.

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