People with HIV, especially women, may have a higher prevalence of dementia as they age

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The likelihood of developing dementia increases with age in the general US population, as well as in people living with HIV in the US. However, a new study suggests that people with HIV aged over 75 may experience a higher prevalence of dementia compared to the general population—with the largest gap seen in women.

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Source : Aidsmap

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