New Resource: HIV & Aging Infograph

Posted September 1, 2021

California HIV/AIDS policy research centers HIV and Aging infograph. In 2015 it was estimated that more than 50% of people living with HIV in the US were older than 50. By 2022 this proportion is expected to increase to 70%. California, Texas, and Florida are the states with the highest prevalence of PLWH over 50. Older adults ages 50 and up regardless of HIV status remain sexually active and do not always practice safer sex. 18% of new HIV diagnoses are among people over 50. More info on the full infograph when you click to view the full PDF document link in body of article below.

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The Southern California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center has developed an infographic to help stakeholders and their community partners understand the experiences and concerns of older people living with HIV.

The population of people living with HIV is getting older. By the end of 2022, an estimated 70% of people living with HIV will be aged 50 years and older. With age and the cumulative effects of HIV, this population experiences exacerbated age-related health vulnerabilities and comorbid conditions.

For more information, please visit the CHPRC site here

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