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  1. How does HIV/AIDS affect the elderly in developing countries?

    Of the estimated 40 million people living with HIV, the vast majority are adults in their prime working years, but as this middle generation dies of AIDS, a generation of young children and a generation of elderly ages 50 and older are left behind (UNAIDS and WHO 2006). The elderly not only lose the support of their adult children, but they must increasingly take on additional familial responsibilities— with potentially adverse effects for their own well-being. Despite extensive amounts of research on the AIDS epidemic, relatively few studies have focused on the elderly. …

  2. Estrategia de atención integral a personas que viven con VIH/SIDA

    La Comisión Nacional del SIDA, CONASIDA, se constituyó el 9 de Mayo de 1990 como el organismo técnico responsable de la elaboración, coordinación ejecutiva y evaluación global del Programa para la Prevención y Control del SIDA en Chile. Actualmente depende de la División de Rectoría y Regulación Sanitaria del Ministerio de Salud. …

  3. Making sense of HIV treatment: A patient's guide to antiretroviral therapy guidelines

    This document "Making Sense of HIV Treatment: A Patient's Guide to Antiretroviral Therapy Guideline" is aimed at providing full access to important information to people living with HIV; to enable them participate in decision-making about their care and also to allow them pose questions to their providers, so as to help them decide whether treatment is right for them based on their medical status and current situation. …


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