Published in AIDS Weekly, May 12th, 2008
"Variables were compared between immigrants and Spaniards. Incidence of TB decreased from 20 to five cases per 100 patient-years in 2006 (P < 0.01) and was always higher in immigrants than in Spaniards. The proportion of immigrants increased, reaching almost 50% of both new cases of HIV and TB-HIV co-infection in 2006. In 34.4% of patients, TB and HIV infection were diagnosed within...
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