Life expectancy for people with HIV in the UK has increased by 15 years in the past decade, thanks to modern drugs and earlier treatment, a study suggests.
Health authorities should consider more widespread testing for HIV, given the benefits of early treatment, UK researchers report in the BMJ.
The Terrence Higgins Trust says people at risk should get tested now.
Figures suggest more than 80,000 UK are living with HIV, and about 25% are unaware they have the infection.
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