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Editor,—A 41 year old white homosexual man presented in late July 1999 with a 5 day history of exertional dyspnoea, non-productive cough, fever with sweats, and anorexia. An empirical course of broad spectrum antibiotics did not improve his symptoms and Sao2 remained ⩽95% on air at rest. The chest radiograph showed non-specific abnormalities. He had been found to be HIV-1 antibody positive in August 1991; cutaneous Kaposi's sarcoma defined AIDS in June 1992. In May 1995 biopsy confirmed cytomegalovirus (CMV) oesophagitis and colitis were treated with intravenous ganciclovir for 2 weeks; no maintenance therapy was given. At this time the CD4 count was 130 cells ×106/l. In October 1996 the patient had Pseudomonas …
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