Volume in the UN Millennium Development Library on combatting tuberculosis, which is far more widespread and deadly than is realised in the advanced economies.
From the publisher's announcement:
Nearly 2 million people die each year from TB. However, real progress has been made over the last decade in implementing DOTS - an effective intervention against TB. Investing in Strategies to Reverse the Global Incidence of TB describes the features of DOTS and offers a guide to implementing the system and achieving a universal standard of care based on proper diagnosis, treatment and reporting. Other recommendations include efforts against HIV-related TB and multidrug-resistant (MDR) TB, engaging all care providers and communities in high quality care and developing new diagnostics, drugs and vaccines.
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