Detecting and treating tuberculosis infection in immigrants from developing countries were cost-effective

Fanning, Mary
September 2003
ACP Journal Club;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 139 Issue 2, p52
Academic Journal
Presents a study that analyzed the cost-effectiveness of detecting and treating tuberculosis infection in immigrants from developing countries in the U.S. Design; Intervention; Cost and outcome measures; Commentary.


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