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TB Notes Newsletter

No. 4, 2005

New CDC Publications

Clark CM, Li J, Driver CR, and Munsiff SS. Risk factors for drug-resistant tuberculosis among non–US-born persons in New York City. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2005 Sep; 9(9): 964-9.

Fujiwara PI, Clevenbergh P, and Dlodlo RA. Management of adults living with HIV/AIDS in low-income, high-burden settings, with special reference to persons with tuberculosis. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2005 Sep; 9(9): 946-58.

Kumar MK, Dewan PK, Nair PK, Frieden TR, Sahu S, Wares F, Laserson K, Wells C, Granich R, and Chauhan LS. Improved tuberculosis case detection through public-private partnership and laboratory-based surveillance, Kannur District, Kerala, India, 2001-2002. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2005 Aug; 9(8): 870-6.

Macneil JR, Lobato MN, and Moore M. An unanswered health disparity: tuberculosis among correctional inmates, 1993 through 2003. American Journal of Public Health 2005 Oct; 95(10):1800-5.

Nelson LJ, Naik Y, Tsering K, and Cegielski JP. Population-based risk factors for tuberculosis and adverse outcomes among Tibetan refugees in India, 1994–1996. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2005 Sep; 9(9): 1018-26.

Schwartzman K, Oxlade O, Barr RG, Grimard F, Acosta I, Baez J, Ferreira E, Melgen RE, Morose W, Salgado AC, Jacquet V, Maloney S, Laserson K, Mendez AP, Menzies D. Domestic returns from investment in the control of tuberculosis in other countries. N Engl J Med 2005 Sept. 8; 353(10): 32-44.


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