Tuberculosis And Poverty: What Could (And Should) Be Done?

by | Nov 11, 2010 | Public Service | 0 comments

Two groups of experts from different parts of the world agree that extreme poverty and all its accompaniments-malnutrition, overcrowding or homelessness, addiction, and lack of access to health care-is the major driving force underlying the presence and spread of tuberculosis, including the current increases in tuberculosis caused by multiple drug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant strains.



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