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HIV Itself Ages PLWH - Immunosenescence
  HIV infection is generally believed to be causing "accelerated immunosenescence," due in large part to effects from chronic immune activation and inflammation
Immunosenescence and aging in HIV
Immune Senescence, Activation and Abnormal T cell Homeostasis Despite Effective HAART, A Hallmark of Early Aging in HIV Disease
There is a pattern of abnormalities in T-cell-senescent phenotypes found in those with HIV that is similar to those of uninfected individuals several decades older
Immune senescence refers to a dynamic process of immune remodelling that occurs progressively over time
Multiple similarities exist between the T-cell-senescent phenotypes found in many chronic autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, including HIV disease, and the elderly

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