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The Current State of HIV and Aging: Findings Presented at the 10th International Workshop on HIV and Aging.

  • Author(s): Shiau, Stephanie;
  • Bender, Alexis A;
  • O'Halloran, Jane A;
  • Sundermann, Erin;
  • Aggarwal, Juhi;
  • Althoff, Keri N;
  • Baker, Jason V;
  • Deeks, Steven;
  • Fried, Linda P;
  • Karpiak, Stephen;
  • Karris, Maile Y;
  • Marcotte, Thomas D;
  • Nachega, Jean B;
  • Margolick, Joseph B;
  • Erlandson, Kristine M;
  • Moore, David J
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.1089/aid.2020.0128
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Abstract

With increasing effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy, people with HIV (PWH) are living longer and the prevalence of older PWH continues to increase. Accordingly, PWH are experiencing an increased burden of age-related comorbidities. With this shifting demographics, clinicians and researchers face additional challenges in how to identify, address, and manage the complex intersections of HIV- and aging-related conditions. Established in 2009, the International Workshop on HIV and Aging brings together clinicians and researchers in cross-disciplinary fields along with community advocates and PWH to address the multidisciplinary nature of HIV and aging. This article summarizes plenary talks from the 10th Annual International Workshop on HIV and Aging, which took place in New York City on October 10 and 11, 2019. Presentation topics included the following: the burdens of HIV-associated comorbidities, aging phenotypes, community engagement, and loneliness; these issues are especially important for older PWH, considering the current COVID-19 pandemic. We also discuss broad questions and potential directions for future research necessary to better understand the interaction between HIV and aging.

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This item is under embargo until October 29, 2021.