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ASI presents: Mark Brennan-Ing

312 Lyman Hall

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As anti-retroviral therapies become increasingly accessible, more and more people are aging with HIV. In high resource settings with historical access to HIV treatments, adults over 50 comprise approximately half of people with HIV. In resource poor settings like sub-Saharan Africa, people over 50 account for a smaller but growing proportion of people with HIV, which will mirror high resource settings in coming decades.  Referencing three parallel studies in Uganda, South Africa and the U.S., this presentation will examine similarities and differences across resource settings in the complex challenges facing older people with HIV including multimorbidity management, sexual health, stigma, and access to social care. It will examine HIV and aging globally,  and explore policy and programmatic responses to address aging with HIV.

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