Published in Tuberculosis Week, April 10th, 2006
Researchers in England described a study based in "a district in rural sub-Saharan Africa with a recently introduced antiretroviral (ARV) programme. The population has high human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevalence and high tuberculosis (TB) incidence." Their objective was to "determine the prevalence of HIV and acquired immune-deficiency syndrome (AIDS) related symptoms in people presenting with chronic cough who are not diagnosed with TB."
L. Munthali and colleagues at the University of London explained, "Patients with chronic cough...
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