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People living with HIV are gradually getting older as a result of better survival with increased uptake of antiretroviral treatment in India. This analysis projects that the mean age of HIV-infected people will increase from 38.4 years in 2005 to 45.5 years in 2025 with the proportion of HIV-infected people aged 50 years or older increasing from to 37% in 2025. This aging HIV epidemic is anticipated to lead to more non-AIDS morbidities, increased treatment complexity, and an inevitable need for multidisciplinary healthcare services to ensure continued high-quality survival. The insights in this article could prove useful for insights for implements in designing comprehensive healthcare services packages needed for a growing geriatric PLHIV population in near future. Click here to read the analysis.