Older U.S. women show little desire to receive HIV tests, despite rising HIV rates in their age group, says researchers from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine—and African-American women are the most reticent of all. Only 22 percent of the 514 participants (ages 50-95) expressed an interest in being tested and 60 percent said they had never been tested. A shortage of senior-focused HIV prevention programs and misconception of risk were cited as possible reasons for the women’s attitudes.