Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, February 2nd, 1998
Cash, food, and even diapers are being used to entice people to take their medicines.
"The implementation of these incentives, along with public health screening and treatment programs (such as nursing care management, tuberculosis outreach workers, and directly observed therapy programs), helps explain why the incidence of tuberculosis resumed its long-term decline in the United States in 1993 after a decade of resurgence," Robert J. Buchanan of the University of South Carolina...
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