The ARROW Trial.  Long term use of co-trimoxazole keeps HIV+ children healthy.

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A separate question of the ARROW Trial was whether children should continue taking co-trimoxazole as prophylaxis against opportunistic infections, even after their immune systems and CD4 have recovered on HIV treatment. The answer was yes..unequivocally. The cheap and easily available anti-biotic carried on saving lives and should be given to children over the long term.

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