Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, January 30th, 2001
L. Calder and colleagues at Auckland Healthcare said their goals were "first, to quantify the interval between the onset of symptoms and the start of anti-tuberculous treatment in a series of Auckland tuberculosis patients; second, to examine the help-seeking behavior of the patients and the responses of the health care providers whom they consulted about their symptoms; and third, to identify potentially modifiable reasons for delayed presentation or...
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