Do we need doctors to control tuberculosis? CPD Archived

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Dr Knut Lonnroth (Stop TB Department, World Health Organization, Geneva) looks at the history of TB and also at current and future trends. He calls for multidisciplinary TB teams that can get to difficult to reach populations and also for interventions to take place outside of the health sector.

This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'The TB battle: Are we winning or losing?'

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"A meeting in association with TB Alert, the Liverpool Medical Institution and the Manchester Medical Society."

Date of Lecture: 23rd March 2011.

Length: 00:32:26

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