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date: 28 September 2020

HIV/AIDS in Later Life 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Psychology and Aging
Author(s):
Philip SayeghPhilip Sayegh, David J. MooreDavid J. Moore, Pariya Fazeli WheelerPariya Fazeli Wheeler

Since the development of antiretroviral therapy (ART) in the late 1980s, persons living with HIV are now able to live into later life, often without substantial morbidity when ART is initiated before advanced disease stages (... ...

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