Published in AIDS Weekly, August 14th, 2000
The CDC studied the screening practices of clinics in 11 urban areas. Researchers found that the AIDS virus status was unknown for 87% of the 6,225 people who had close contact with infectious tuberculosis patients.
People whose immune systems are weakened by the AIDS virus are much more likely than healthy people to contract TB, which is transmitted through the air by those with...
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