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October 1996

OPTIMAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

New Developments in the Management of MAC Infections

Better prophylaxis -- and better treatment -- are now possible
MARK A. JACOBSON, M.D.



PULL OUT AND SAVE

Diagnosing and Treating Suspected MAC Disease

Accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of a common late-stage OI



PULL OUT AND SAVE

Avoiding Cryptosporidiosis

What the HIV-positive patient needs to know



OPTIMAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

Cryptosporidiosis in Patients with HIV Disease

Is it safe to drink the water?
IAN GILSON, M.D., and BRIAN P. BUGGY, M.D.



NEWSLINE

Newsline ... Newsline ... Newsline ...

Genetic mutation appears to confer immunity to HIV: Evidence suggests that 1 in 100 is completely immune, and 1 in 5 is resistant to disease progression ...



CLINICAL CARE

Update: Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia

Who to prophylax, who to evaluate, who to treat empirically
LAURENCE HUANG, M.D.




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