In this photo taken July 25, 2012, Stephen Karpiak, with the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, left, and Carolyn Massey, 54, of Laurel, Md., who has HIV, wait for the start of a panel, "Aging With HIV," that they are speaking on at the International AIDS Conference in Washington. AIDS is graying: By the end of the decade, the government estimates, more than half of Americans living with HIV will be over 50. Even in developing countries, more people with the AIDS virus are surviving to middle age and beyond. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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In this photo taken July 25, 2012, Stephen Karpiak, with the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, left, and Carolyn Massey, 54, of Laurel, Md., who has HIV, wait for the start of a panel, "Aging With HIV," that they are speaking on at the International AIDS Conference in Washington. AIDS is graying: By the end of the decade, the government estimates, more than half of Americans living with HIV will be over 50. Even in developing countries, more people with the AIDS virus are surviving to middle age and beyond.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
In this photo taken July 25, 2012, Stephen Karpiak, with the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, left, and Carolyn Massey, 54, of Laurel, Md., who has HIV, wait for the start of a panel, "Aging With HIV," that they are speaking on at the International AIDS Conference in Washington. AIDS is graying: By the end of the decade, the government estimates, more than half of Americans living with HIV will be over 50. Even in developing countries, more people with the AIDS virus are surviving to middle age and beyond. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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