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Young peo­ple who are taking the lat­est HIV drugs have a near-nor­mal life ex­pectancy as a re­sult of im­prove­ments in treat­ments, a study sug­gests. Doc­tors writ­ing in The

Lancet med­i­cal jour­nal re­port that 20-year-olds who started an­tiretro­vi­ral ther­apy in 2010 are pro­jected to live 10 years longer than those first treated in 1996. Newer HIV drugs also have fewer side ef­fects.

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