Title

Resilience to the Clinical and Social Impacts and Risk of HIV/AIDS: Perspectives of Middle-Aged and Older Men Who Have Sex With Men – A Community Report

Document Type

Report

Publication Date

8-1-2020

Publication Title

Toronto, Ontario: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

First page number:

1

Last page number:

39

Abstract

Forty years since the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) continue to be the population most at risk of, and most affected by, HIV/AIDS in Canada and the United States. Despite this, many MSM remain HIV-negative today, and among MSM living with HIV, many have not only survived the clinical and social impacts of HIV/AIDS, but have also thrived, lived full lives, and fiercely advocated for their healthcare and social service needs. Many MSM who are HIV-negative have also been fierce advocates for HIV care, and have been greatly impacted byt the epidemic.

Keywords

HIV/AIDS; Middle-aged and older men; Men who have sex with men; MAO MSM; HIV response resilience; Clinical and social impacts of HIV/AIDS

Disciplines

Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Medicine and Health Sciences | Public Health

Language

English


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