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The Changing Face of AIDS and HIV

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The Changing Face of AIDS and HIV

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The Changing Face of AIDS and HIV

The Changing Face of AIDS and HIV

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, more and more AIDS patients are over 50. Many of these patients have lived with the disease for years, but some are new cases. Guests talk about the challenges facing aging patients, and the effect on caretakers, families and doctors.

Jane Fowler, director of the program HIV Wisdom for Older Women in Kansas City, Kansas; a founder of the National Association on HIV Over Fifty

Steve Karpiak, the associate director for research at ACRIA; the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America in New York City

Jolene Mullins, early intervention coordinator for the AIDS program, Broward County, Fla., Health Department

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