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Treatment of Tuberculosis: Guidelines

Large book cover: Treatment of Tuberculosis: Guidelines

Treatment of Tuberculosis: Guidelines

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN/ASIN: 9241547839
Number of pages: 160

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This is fourth edition of Treatment of tuberculosis: guidelines, adhering fully to the new World Health Organization process for evidence-based guidelines. Several important recommendations are being promoted in this new edition.

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