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Systematic Screening for Active Tuberculosis

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Systematic Screening for Active Tuberculosis

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN/ASIN: 9241548606
ISBN-13: 9789241548601
Number of pages: 146

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WHO has developed guidelines on systematic screening for active tuberculosis (TB) based on a thorough review of available evidence. Early detection of TB is essential to further improve health outcomes for people with TB, and to reduce TB transmission more effectively.

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