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HIV and Aging: A Paradigm Shift in the Management of HIV Disease
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HIV and Aging: A Paradigm Shift in the Management of HIV Disease
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HAART: "The First Decade"
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Dramatically Improved Life Expectancy in Early HAART Era
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HAART: Major limitations of 1st Decade
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Early HAART regimens were no fun...
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Modern HAART
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HAART: Major limitations of 1st Decade
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Facial Lipoatrophy
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HAART: Major limitations of 1st Decade
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<50% Patients Achieved Complete Viral Suppression on Early PI-based Regimens
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Incidence of Failure of ≥ 2 ART Regimens Has Declined Dramatically in North America
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Why is the risk of drug resistance declining over time?
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Salvage Regimens with 3 New "Active" Agents Can Have High VL Success Rates
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Challenges of the "2nd Decade"
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Does HAART restore normal health?
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CNICS: ˜ 40% of patients with a nadir CD4 < 200 fail to achieve a normal CD4+ cell count, even after 10 years of viral suppression (n=300)
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CD4 count at HAART Initiation, 2003-5
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Improved Survival in Early HAART Era
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Late HAART Era Extended Life Expectency Even Further
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Late HAART Era Patients Still Have a 10y Shorter Life Expectancy than HIV- Controls
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ART-CC: Treated patients do not have a normal life span, particularly if therapy is started late
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Almost 2/3 of All Deaths in Late HAART Era Are Non-AIDS-associated-ANRS E19
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Do HIV+ Patients Have ↑ Risk for non-AIDS Events than General Population?
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Cardiovascular Disease
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Increased Cardiovascular Disease Event Rates in HIV-infected Patients
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Risk of MI: HIV + Compared to HIV (-)
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Carotid Artery Intima-Media Thickness (IMT) A marker of Atherosclerosis and CV Risk
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Untreated HIV+ Patients Have Abnormal Levels of Atherosclerosis Independent of Traditional RFs
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Elite Controllers Also Have Abnormal Atherosclerosis Independent of Traditional RFs
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Is the increased risk of CAD in HIV due to ARVs?
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Increasing Exposure to PIs Increases Risk of Cardiac Events, Independent of Other Factors (DAD cohort)
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NRTIs and MI Risk in D:A:D
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Is the increased risk of CAD in HIV due to the virus itself?
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SMART Study: Risk of CVD with ART Interruptions
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Higher Risk of Serious non-AIDS events and Death with Deferring ART to CD4 <350 in SMART
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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Non-AIDS-associated Cancer
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AIDS-associated Cancer Risk Declining
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Persistent / Increasing Non-AIDS Cancer Risk
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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Neurocognitive Dysfunction
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Neurocognitive Dysfunction Common in HIV
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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HIV+ Adults Have High Prevalence of Osteoporosis
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MGH/BMW: HIV+ Adults with Higher Risk of Fractures than HIV-'s.
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Might ARVs Increase Risk of Osteoporosis?
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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Independent Effect of HIV on Non-AIDS Morbidity?
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Persistently High Hospitalization Rates For Pneumonia in Modern HAART Era
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HIV+ Adults with High Risk of Frailty (MACS)
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Why are HIV-infected Patients at Increased Risk for Diseases Associated with Aging?
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Non-AIDS Events May Be Partially Driven By Lifestyle Factors and HAART Toxicity
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Non-AIDS events are more common in HIV disease, even after adjustment for age, HAART exposure and traditional risk factors
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An Important Clue from Nature
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T Cell Activation Declines with Lower Viral Load in Untreated HIV
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T Cell Activation Declines Further During ART-mediated VL Suppression
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...but ART-suppressed Patients Have Persistently Abnormal T Cell Activation
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High T Cell Activation Associated with Blunted CD4 Recovery
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Inflammatory markers are higher in treated HIV disease compared with HIV seronegatives, adjusted for demographics and CV risk factors
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SMART: Inflammatory Markers Strongly Associated with Mortality and CVD Events
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Inflammation persists during suppressive HAART, which may blunt CD4 recovery and increase risk of AIDS- and non-AIDS-associated morbidities.
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Low-level Viremia <75 copies/ml is Common During Apparent Viral Suppression on HAART N=130
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HIV RNA Is Also Readily Detectable in Rectal Tissue During "Suppressive" HAART
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Is this residual low-level virus in plasma and tissues the result of productive viral replication or just release from latent reservoir?
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Most recent HAART intensification trials have NOT reduced low-level viremia
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HIV itself a cause of persistent immune activation during suppressive ART?
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Are there indirect mechanisms by which HIV might drive persistent immune activation during ART?
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HIV Causes Depletion of Gut-associated CD4+ T Cells and Disruption of Mucosal Barrier
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Mucosal Translocation of Bacterial Products
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Microbial Translocation Decreases with HAART but Persists for Years
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Microbial Translocation May Drive Tissue Factor Expression in HIV
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Interventions to decrease microbial translocation?
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Altering bowel flora and/or reducing microbial translocation (BITE)
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Do chronic co-infections also contribute to immune activation during ART?
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HCV Associated with Blunted CD4 Gains During HAART
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CMV elicits massive immune responses even in asymptomatic HIV- individuals
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CMV-specific T Cell Responses are Higher in HIV-infected Patients
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Decreasing Asymptomatic CMV Replication with Valganciclovir Decreases Immune Activation
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Does longstanding HIV-associated inflammation prior to HAART result in irreversible damage to the immune system?
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Immunosenescence Phenotypes Associated with Aging in HIV-
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ART-suppressed Patients Have Abnormally Low % Naïve CD8+ T Cells
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ART-suppressed Patients Have Expansion of CD8s lacking co-stimulatory CD28
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Immunosenescence in HIV: Unanswered Questions
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