Certain Factors Affect Older Persons and Likely Testing for HIV

  • Nov 26, 18
  • vin@gaugemedical.com

Persons 50 years and older tend to have late HIV diagnoses, which complicates management and also serve as a source for HIV transmission. The factors that lead to this situation are not clear.

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Normalizing HIV Testing in the Older Adult

  • Oct 05, 18
  • vin@gaugemedical.com

The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior found that 5.1% of men over age 61 used condoms in the last ten vaginal intercourse behaviors.

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Effective strategies to prevent HIV transmission combine several types of interventions, including behavioral, structural, and biomedical; targeted at both HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected persons.


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