Are there any differences in the care of HIV-negative and HIV-positive patients aged >70 years in the primary care setting?
Philippe Morlat, MD, PhD: I do not think there is a lot of differences. The main one, if we have to give one, is that there are more comorbidities in patients living with HIV than in the general population. But primary care should be quite the same. Maybe visits for HIV-infected people should be more frequent, but the standard of care should be the same.