Frailty in HIV/AIDS Patients Lessened Through New Therapies

Orange and white pills spilling out of a pill bottle on an orange table. Christina Craft, Unsplash
Journal of the International Association of AIDS Care Providers

HIV/AIDS patients have historically suffered from extreme frailty, causing them to age nearly 15 years in appearance and function. However, according to a recent article by UArizona Department of Medicine's Dr. Stephen Klotz and Dr. Nafees Ahmad of the Department of Immunobiology, frailty related to HIV-1 infection is becoming a thing of the past thanks to new antiretroviral therapies.