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Young People With HIV Face More Isolation

Younger people living with HIV/AIDS face more stress and isolation than older folks living with the disease, says a new report. Researchers from Case Western Reserve University surveyed people ages 18-64 and found that HIV-positive folks younger than 50 report facing higher rates of stigma, family rejection and lack of support. They also found  HIV-positive people experienced 30-40 percent more stress than HIV-negative people, the Huffington Post wrote

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