TB emergency prompts African initiatives
This article was originally published in Clinica
The healthcare authorities of 46 African states have pledged to "rapidly improve tuberculosis case detection", after declaring TB an emergency across the continent. The initiative will do much to raise the profile of the disease, not only in developing countries, but globally.
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