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Hearing their stories helped her decide to step out and help other women through support groups. The National Community Pharmacists Association, founded in 1898, represents America’s community pharmacists, including the owners of more than 22,000 pharmacies.CDC officials concede that they have focused their limited outreach resources on the populations with the greatest need, which continues primarily to be men who have sex with men. In the meantime, stories like Davis’ are repeating themselves nationwide, in women like Daphne Robinson.She had to navigate the waters of dating after she and her husband of 20 years divorced.Davis was a divorcee who met and married a “nice man from the church.” While on their honeymoon, Davis says, she started to feel ill with symptoms she could not shake.Later, “I found his HIV test results hidden in his Bible,” she says, adding that the date of the test “told me that he knew he was HIV positive well before we got married, but he never said anything.” (MORE: HIV/AIDS and People Over 50) Women over 50 make up 10 percent of all women living with HIV.“I was ashamed, and the stigma was overwhelming,” she says.But she adds that she has gained support and guidance from other women who get care at the same clinic.
Then, she says, “one day when I was cleaning up the house I found some loose pills on the floor.
There are many reasons why infection rates among older women continue to rise: “Women over 40 are definitely at risk, and few understand that risk,” says Kaye Mc Duffie of the Lansing (Mich.) Area AIDS Network, which primarily supports black and Hispanic people living with AIDS.
“Being married or in a committed relationship is no guarantee that you are not at risk.” Mc Duffie often talks to older women about the importance of protection and finds that they usually have no idea that their partners are engaged in other relationships.
Instead, her daughter, a licensed pharmacist, was arrested for attempted murder.
Authorities say the 50-year-old resident of Feasterville, Bucks County, surreptitiously gave her immobile mother the injections at least three times last month in an attempt to lower her blood sugar to a fatal level.And as far as I knew he wasn’t on any medication.” After taking the pill to her pharmacist to find out what it was, she got shocking news. “My pharmacist told me that I should get tested right away — and I did.