Published in AIDS Weekly, June 2nd, 1997
The meeting will bring together investigators and experts on tuberculosis and HIV to consider recent research findings in this area, according to a report published in the CDC's TB Notes (No 1, 1997).
While CDC has recommended that HIV positive patients with drug-susceptible tuberculosis be treated with the standard six-month short-course regimen, many providers prescribe nine months to a year of treatment.
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