Published in AIDS Weekly, April 10th, 1995
PCP remains a common and often fatal opportunistic infection among children infected with HIV. HIV-infected infants between three- and six-months of age are particularly vulnerable. Current guidelines recommend prophylaxis in children from birth to 11 months old who have CD4 counts below 1500 cells per cubic millimeter.
In this study researcher R.J. Simonds and colleagues at the CDC...
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