A comparison of HIV stigma and disclosure patterns between older and younger adults living with HIV/AIDS.

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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between age, HIV-related stigma, and patterns of disclosure. Previous literature has suggested that older age is associated with increased HIV stigma and less disclosure of HIV status. Eighty-eight individuals, 44 between the ages of 20-39 and 44 aged 50 and over were recruited for the study through… (More)

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@article{Emlet2006ACO, title={A comparison of HIV stigma and disclosure patterns between older and younger adults living with HIV/AIDS.}, author={Charles A. Emlet}, journal={AIDS patient care and STDs}, year={2006}, volume={20 5}, pages={350-8} }