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The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease publishes articles on all aspects of lung health, including public health-related issues such as training programmes, cost-benefit analysis, legislation, epidemiology, intervention studies and health systems research. The IJTLD is dedicated to the continuing education of physicians and health personnel and the dissemination of information on tuberculosis and lung health world-wide.

Certain IJTLD articles are selected for translation into French, Spanish, Chinese or Russian. They are available on the Union website

Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 4, Number 6, June 2000

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Free Content Working Alliance for TB Drug Development, Cape Town, South Africa, February 8th, 2000 [Declaration]
pp. 489-490(2)
Author: The Working Alliance for TB Drug Development

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Regular Papers

Free Content Patient and disease characteristics, and outcome of treatment defaulters from the Singapore TB control unit—a one-year retrospective survey
pp. 496-503(8)
Authors: Chee, C. B. E.; Boudville, I. C.; Chan, S. P.; Zee, Y. K.; Wang, Y. T.

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Free Content Twenty-five years of tuberculosis in a French university hospital: a laboratory perspective
pp. 504-512(9)
Authors: Robert, J.; Trystram, D.; Truffot-Pernot, C.; Cambau, E.; Jarlier, V.; Grosset, J.

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Free Content Trial-of-antibiotic algorithm for the diagnosis of tuberculosis in a district hospital in a developing country with high HIV prevalence
pp. 513-518(6)
Authors: Wilkinson, D.; Newman, W.; Reid, A.; Squire, S. B.; Sturm, A. W.; Gilks, C. F.

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Free Content HIV testing among tuberculosis patients in the era of antiretroviral therapy: a population-based study in Brazil
pp. 519-527(9)
Authors: DeRiemer, K.; Soares, E. C. C.; Dias, S. M. O.; Cavalcante, S. C.

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Free Content Quantitative sputum bacillary load during rifampin-containing short course chemotherapy in human immunodeficiency virus-infected and non-infected adults with pulmonary tuberculosis
pp. 528-536(9)
Authors: Joloba, M. L.; Johnson, J. L.; Namale, A.; Morrissey, A.; Assegghai, A. E.; Mugerwa, R. D.; Ellner, J. J.; Eisenach, K. D.

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Free Content Human immunodeficiency virus-related tuberculosis and primary drug resistance in Bangkok, Thailand
pp. 537-543(7)
Authors: Punnotok, J.; Shaffer, N.; Naiwatanakul, T.; Pumprueg, U.; Subhannachart, P.; Ittiravivongs, A.; Chuchotthaworn, C.; Ponglertnapagorn, P.; Chantharojwong, N.; Young, N. L.; Limpakarnjanarat, K.; Mastro, T. D.

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Free Content Treatment monitoring and prevalence of drug resistance in tuberculosis patients in Tehran
pp. 544-549(6)
Authors: Bahrmand, A. R.; Velayati, A. A.; Bakayev, V. V.

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Free Content A randomised controlled trial of lay health workers as direct observers for treatment of tuberculosis
pp. 550-554(5)
Authors: Zwarenstein, M.; Schoeman, J. H.; Vundule, C.; Lombard, C. J.; Tatley, M.

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Free Content Effect of anti-tuberculosis treatment on the tuberculin interferon-γ response in tuberculin skin test (TST) positive health care workers and patients with tuberculosis
pp. 555-561(7)
Authors: Stuart, R. L.; Olden, D.; Johnson, P. D. R.; Forbes, A.; Bradley, P. M.; Rothel, J. S.; Grayson, M. L.

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Free Content Efficacy of common antiseptics against mycobacteria
pp. 570-576(7)
Authors: Rikimaru, T.; Kondo, M.; Kondo, S.; Oizumi, K.

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Free Content 3′UTR polymorphisms in the NRAMP1 gene are associated with susceptibility to tuberculosis in Koreans
pp. 577-580(4)
Authors: Ryu, S.; Park, Y.-K.; Bai, G.-H.; Kim, S.-J.; Park, S.-N.; Kang, S.

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Free Content Time between sputum examination and treatment in patients with smear-negative pulmonary tuberculosis
pp. 581-583(3)
Authors: Salaniponi, F. M. L.; Gausi, F.; Kwanjana, J. H.; Harries, A. D.

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Free Content DNA fingerprinting of a national sample of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates, Botswana, 1995–1996
pp. 584-587(4)
Authors: Lockman, S.; Sheppard, J. D.; Mwasekaga, M.; Kenyon, T. A.; Binkin, N. J.; Braden, C. R.; Woodley, C. L.; Rumisha, D. W.; Tappero, J. W.

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Free Content Study of the in vitro susceptibility of M. tuberculosis to ofloxacin in Spain
pp. 588-591(4)
Authors: Casal, M.; Ruiz, P.; Herreras, A.; Spanish Study Group of M. tuberculosis resistance, Spain

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