People with HIV aged 75 and older receiving good HIV care but many at risk of frailty

People with HIV aged 75 years and older are receiving “almost perfectly managed” care, but are more likely to experience age-related health conditions, according to French research published in Médecine et maladies infectieuses.

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Anal cancer: Australian study of pre-cancerous tissues in gay men shows little increased risk in positive men, almost no cancer cases

An Australian study of gay men recruited in community settings in Sydney, Australia has found a very high prevalence of HSIL (high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions – precancerous changes in the cells of the anal lining that may indicate a risk of developing cancer). Yet in three years of follow-up, only one man out of 617 progressed to anal cancer, the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) conference in Basel, Switzerland heard.

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