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People on the latest HIV drugs have a 'near normal' life expectancy, according to a new study in The Lancelot; starting treatment early is crucial; twenty-year-olds who started treatment in 2010 can expect to live, on average, ten years longer than those who first began antiretroviral therapy in 1996; the researchers looked at 88,500 HIV patients from Europe and North America via @TBWH91