II Regional Seminar on Tuberculosis, Bogotá, Colombia, 6-10 November, 1972.
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II Regional Seminar on Tuberculosis, Bogotá, Colombia, 6-10 November, 1972. by Regional Seminar on Tuberculosis (2nd 1972 BogotaМЃ, Colombia)

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Published by Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization in Washington .
Written in English



  • America,
  • Latin America


  • Tuberculosis -- Prevention -- Congresses.,
  • Tuberculosis -- America -- Prevention -- Congresses.,
  • Tuberculosis -- Latin America -- Prevention -- Congresses.

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SeriesScientific publication - Pan American Health Organization ; no. 265, Publicaciones científicas (Washington, D.C.) ;, no. 265.
LC ClassificationsRA10 .P252 no. 265, 1973, RA644.T7 .P252 no. 265, 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 147 p. :
Number of Pages147
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4277568M
LC Control Number78303311

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The global tuberculosis epidemic is growing larger and more dangerous each year. The World Health Organization’s Development of regional plans for DOTS expansion 7 Partnerships and coordination 7 Financing DOTS expansion 7. SAPP II Social Action Programme, Project II (Pakistan) SCC Standardized short-course. The Center for Tuberculosis Research (CTBR), a unique collaborative Research Center located within the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research was founded in July, as a Division in the Department of Microbiology. The National Tuberculosis Reference laboratory resides in the Center.   Factsheet Key Facts Tuberculosis (TB) is the ninth leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause from a single infectious agent, ranking above HIV/AIDS. In , million people fell ill with TB in the African region, accounting for a quarter of new TB cases worldwide. An estimated , people died from the disease in the African region ( million globally) in   Colombia is ranking fifth worldwide for the number of confirmed tuberculosis cases in , revealed the Ministry of Health. There w confirmed cases of tuberculosis in , approximately 24 per , Colombians.