The AIDS Institute and AIDS Alliance for Women, Infants, Children, Youth and Families produced a video to address HIV stigma among older women for National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day. 

The following images are available for use and were developed in collaboration with CME Outfitters in recognition of NHAAD.

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The following images are available for use and were developed in collaboration with CME Outfitters in recognition of NHAAD.

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TAICMEO HIV AIDS Aging Awareness
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HIV/AIDS HAS NO AGE

Worldwide, an estimated 3.6 million people aged 50+ are living with HIV. 

 

The prevalence of HIV among older adults is reaching staggering rates. About 1 in 4 adults in the United States who are living with HIV infection are aged 50 or older. 18% of new HIV diagnoses occur among those aged 50 and older.

 

With advanced treatment options, HIV positive individuals are living longer lives. However, the interactions between aging and degeneration caused by HIV have become a public health concern that needs to generate appropriate awareness and education. 

 

Efforts to expand HIV prevention messages for older adults should also include information and resources about linking newly diagnosed individuals to care while also advocating to ensure these individuals have appropriate access to care and treatment.

 

With your help, we can work to create awareness in our local communities! 

 

Find out what you can do to get involved. 

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