Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, May 6th, 1996
The report noted that advances in molecular biology, clinical practice, and public health policy over the past five years are encouraging and suggest that HIV related tuberculosis can be controlled.
"Retrospective and prospective studies have shown that TB in the HIV infected person is highly treatable and often preventable," researcher Robert W. Shafer and Brian Edlin wrote ("TB in Patients...
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