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Adverse Events and Treatment Completion for Latent Tuberculosis in Jail Inmates and Homeless Persons

Adverse Events and Treatment Completion for Latent Tuberculosis in Jail Inmates and Homeless Persons

Yearbook of Pulmonary Disease 2006: 310-312

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DOI: 10.1016/s8756-3452(08)70248-2

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