HIV: Know the RISKS . Get the FACTS . HIV/AIDS and Older Americans. HIV/AIDS and Older Americans. If you think you’re too old to worry about HIV/AIDS, think again . In 2009, men and women 50 and older accounted for:
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Get the FACTS.
HIV/AIDS and Older Americans
Have the conversation.
Talking to a new partner about their sexual history and HIV, or talking to your doctor about sex can be awkward. To stop HIV, take action.
Each year, 50,000 Americans become newly infected with HIV. Make sure it’s not you.
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For more information about HIV and AIDS, visit http://www.AIDS.gov or http://www.ACTAGAINSTAIDS.org .
To find an HIV testing site near you, go to http://www.HIVTest.orgor call 1-800-CDC-INFO
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