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CME Programs on HIV and Aging


Source: Coming of Age - A guide to ageing well with HIV

Coming of Age - A guide to ageing well with HIV [PDF]
News Articles on HIV and Aging
News Articles on Cardiovascular Risk
News Articles on Bone Loss
News Articles on Cancer
News Articles on Cognitive Function (HIV and the Brain)

News Articles on HIV and Aging     Top

Coming of Age - A guide to ageing well with HIV (PDF)
UCSF Launches HIV and Aging Initiative in San Francisco
1-14-2010
Small Difference in Physical Function between Older HIV Positive and Negative People
1-14-2010
San Francisco AIDS Foundation to Hold HIV and Aging Forum on October 13
10-08-2010
1st International HIV and Aging Workshop to be Held October 4-5 in Baltimore
9-17-2010
Older People with HIV Achieve Smaller CD4 Cell Gains Regardless of Antiretroviral Regimen
9-17-2010
Causes of Death among People with HIV Continue to Shift toward non-AIDS Conditions
5-14-2010
HIV Infection and Aging Independently Predict Impaired Brain Function
2-12-2010
HIV Positive Men Have More Atherosclerosis and Higher Vascular Age than Uninfected Men
1-15-2010
Revised U.S. Antiretroviral Therapy Guidelines Call for Earlier Treatment and Promote Raltegravir (Isentress) to a Preferred First-line Option
12-14-2009
Management Age-related Conditions Is a Key Aspect of Care for Older People with HIV
12-04-2009
Premature Aging of CD4 Cells May Accelerate HIV Disease Progression
2-16-2009
Study Shows Improved Survival for HIV Positive People with Good Physical Health Quality of Life
1-19-2009
Revised European HIV Treatment Guidelines Emphasize Management of Age-related Non-AIDS Conditions and Coinfections
1-15-2009
Mortality of HIV Positive Patients in Intensive Care Has Declined in the HAART Era
1-12-2009
Life Expectancy of HIV Positive People in U.S. Has Doubled Since 1996, but Remains Shorter Compared with General Population
1-05-2009
Mortality and Causes of Death among Women with HIV in the U.S.: A 10-Year Study
1-04-2009
Changes in Causes of Death among HIV Positive Adults between 2000 and 2005
8-26-2008

Source: Coming of Age - A guide to ageing well with HIV


CME Programs on HIV and Aging     Top

Non-AIDS-Defining Illnesses in the Mature Patient - The Graying of an Epidemic: Clinical Considerations of HIV and Aging (The third of three newsletters addressing the special needs of the aging HIV-positive patient)
Release Date: January 6, 2010 / Valid for Credit: January 6, 2011
Cardiovascular Disease in the Mature Patient - The Graying of an Epidemic: Clinical Considerations of HIV and Aging (The second of three newsletters addressing the special needs of the aging HIV-positive patient)
Release Date: December 14, 2009 / Valid for Credit: December 14, 2010

Managing HIV Infection in the Mature Patient - The Graying of an Epidemic: Clinical Considerations of HIV and Aging (The first of three newsletters addressing the special needs of the aging HIV-positive patient)
Release Date: November 20, 2009 / Valid for Credit: November 20, 2010


News Articles on Cardiovascular Risk     Top

Traditional Risk Factors Predict Cardiovascular Risk in People with HIV
8-31-2010
HIV Positive People Could Benefit from Aspirin to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk
8-31-2010
Late Antiretroviral Therapy Raises Risk of Early Atherosclerosis
8-31-2010
Switching to Atazanavir (Reyataz) Lowers Cholesterol and Triglycerides, but No Improvement in Artery Function
4-30-2010
Quitting Smoking Lowers Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in People with HIV
2-26-2010
Kidney Impairment Linked to Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Events in People with HIV
1-26-2010
Some Antiretroviral Drugs Linked to Heart Attacks in D:A:D Study, but Overall Risk Remains Small
1-13-2010
HIV Positive Men Have More Atherosclerosis and Higher Vascular Age than Uninfected Men
1-10-2010
Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Factors Strongly Predict Likelihood of Myocardial Infarction in People with HIV
1-09-2010
HIV Patients with a CD4 Cell Count Below 500 Cells/mm3 Are at Increased Risk for Cancer
12-01-2009
HIV Positive People Are at Higher Risk for Cancer, especially Malignancies Linked to Infectious Pathogens or Smoking
11-15-2009
Advent of Antiretroviral Therapy Has Not Slowed Rise in Incidence of Anal Cancer among People with HIV
11-10-2009
Anal Cancer Treatment Is Equally Effective for HIV Positive and HIV Negative People
8-21-2009
Confounding Factors May Explain Elevated Cardiovascular Risk in Patients Taking Abacavir
8-14-2009
Intensive Cardiovascular Intervention Lowers Blood Lipids in HIV Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy
7-24-2009


News Articles on Bone Loss     Top

Experts Recommend Bone Density Screening for HIV Positive Post-menopausal Women and Men Age 50 and Older
10-15-2010
Bone Loss and Low Vitamin D Levels Are Common among People with HIV
10-15-2010
Do HIV Positive People Have a Higher Risk of Bone Fractures?
10-15-2010
Bone Loss Is Common among HIV Positive Men, Linked to AIDS Diagnosis and Heroin Use
8-27-2010
Majority of HIV Positive People on Antiretroviral Therapy May Have Reduced Bone Density
8-02-2010
Studies Examine Bone Loss in Women with HIV
4-17-2010
Bone Loss in Pre- and Post-menopausal Women with HIV
2-02-2010


News Articles on Cancer     Top

Long-term Non-progression of HIV Disease without Antiretroviral Treatment Is Uncommon
8-20-2010
People with HIV Develop Non-AIDS Cancers Earlier and More Often, despite Antiretroviral Therapy
8-17-2010
Three Studies Look at Cancer Risk among People with HIV
4-30-2010
Anal Pap Smears to Detect Pre-cancerous Cell Changes Are as Effective as Cervical Screening, especially at Low CD4 Counts
4-30-2009
Traditional Pap Smears Work as well as ThinPrep Cytology Test for Detecting Precancerous Cervical Cell Changes
3-20-2009
Topical Trichloroacetic Acid Is Safe and Effective for Pre-cancerous Anal Lesions in Men with HIV
3-05-2009
HIV Patients with a CD4 Cell Count Below 500 Cells/mm3 Are at Increased Risk for Cancer
2-09-2009
Having AIDS Raises Risk of HPV-related Malignancies, including Cervical and Anal Cancer
1-15-2009
HIV Positive Men with Prostate Cancer Have Similar Short-term Outcomes and Respond as Well to Radiation Therapy as HIV Negative Men
1-13-2009
20-year Trends in Cancer Incidence among People with HIV and the Impact of Antiretroviral Therapy
1-05-2009
Immune Suppression Predicts Non-AIDS-related as well as AIDS-defining Malignancies in people with HIV
1-04-2009


News Articles on Cognitive Function (HIV and the Brain)     Top

CHARTER Study Finds Neurocognitive Impairment Still Common in ART Era, Linked to Lowest CD4 Cell Count
8-13-2010
Switching from Efavirenz to Etravirine Reduces Central Nervous System Side Effects
4-30-2010
Risk Factors for Neurocognitive Impairment among People with HIV
4-06-2010
Raltegravir (Isentress) and Darunavir (Prezista) Appear to Reach Therapeutic Levels in Cerebrospinal Fluid
10-16-2009
Does Antiretroviral Therapy Improve Neurocognitive Performance in People with HIV?
8-15-2009
Lowest-ever CD4 Cell Count Predicts Neurocognitive Impairment in People with HIV
10-21-2008
Pregabalin vs Placebo for the Treatment of Painful HIV-associated Peripheral Neuropathy
8-15-2008
High-concentration Capsaicin Patch Is Beneficial for Treatment of Painful HIV-related Neuropathy
7-03-2008