S.Africa urged to isolate "killer" TB patients - News
S.Africa urged to isolate "killer" TB patients
Tue, 23 Jan 2007 08:54 PM EST
... JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa may forcibly isolate patients being treated for a highly drug-resistant form of tuberculosis to prevent new infections from spreading on the AIDS-hit continent, health officials said. ...
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