Stop MAC Prophylaxis in Some HIV Patients

You'll see LESS primary prophylaxis for Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) in adults with HIV.

We're used to seeing MAC prophylaxis, such as once-weekly azithromycin, in HIV patients with a CD4 count under 50 cells/mm3.

But now most patients won't need primary prophylaxis.

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