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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 6, Number 8, 1 August 2002

Miscellany

Free Content Rebuttal: Evidence and uncertainties [Counterpoint]
pp. 651-653(3)
Authors: Gupta, R.; Espinal, M.A.; Raviglione, M.C.

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Regular Papers

Free Content Directly observed therapy (DOT) is not the entire answer: an operational cohort analysis
pp. 654-661(8)
Authors: Mangura, B.; Napolitano, E.; Passannante, M.; Sarrel, M.; McDonald, R.; Galanowsky, K.; Reichman, L.

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Free Content Tuberculosis treatment outcome monitoring: Blackburn 1988–2000
pp. 662-665(4)
Authors: Ormerod L., P.; Horsfield, N.; Green R., M.

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Free Content Outcome of patients with tuberculosis who transfer between reporting units in Malawi
pp. 666-671(6)
Authors: Meijnen, S.; Weismuller M., M.; Claessens N. J., M.; Kwanjana J., H.; Salaniponi F., M.; Harries A., D.

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Free Content The serum level of soluble urokinase receptor is elevated in tuberculosis patients and predicts mortality during treatment: a community study from Guinea-Bissau
pp. 686-692(7)
Authors: Eugen-Olsen, J.; Gustafson, P.; Sidenius, N.; Fischer T., K.; Parner, J.; Aaby, P.; Gomes V., F.; Lisse, I.

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Free Content The early bactericidal activity of streptomycin
pp. 693-698(6)
Authors: Donald P., R.; Sirgel F., A.; Venter, A.; Smit, E.; Parkin D., P.; van de Wal B., W.; Doré C., J.; Mitchison D., A.

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Free Content Hepatotoxicity of tuberculosis chemotherapy under general programme conditions in Singapore
pp. 699-705(7)
Authors: Teleman M., D.; Chee C. B., E.; Earnest, A.; Wang Y., T.

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Free Content An IgG antibody response to the antigen 85 complex is associated with good outcome in Mexican Totonaca Indians with pulmonary tuberculosis
pp. 706-712(7)
Authors: Sánchez-Rodríguez, C.; Estrada-Chávez, C.; García-Vigil, J.; Laredo-Sánchez, F.; Halabe-Cherem, J.; Pereira-Suárez, A.; Mancilla, R.

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Free Content Circulation level of matrix metalloproteinase-9 is correlated with disease severity in tuberculosis patients
pp. 713-719(7)
Authors: Hrabec, E.; Strek, M.; Zieba, M.; Kwiatkowska, S.; Hrabec, Z.

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Free Content Evaluation of a two-reagent cold staining method for detection of acid-fast bacilli
pp. 728-731(4)
Authors: Selvakumar, N.; Gomathi, M.; Rehman, F.; Narayanan P., R.

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Free Content Evaluation of PCR-based methods for the diagnosis of tuberculosis by identification of mycobacterial DNA in urine samples
pp. 732-737(6)
Authors: Kafwabulula, M.; Ahmed, K.; Nagatake, T.; Gotoh, J.; Mitarai, S.; Oizumi, K.; Zumla, A.

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Short Communications

Free Content Occupational risk from ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) lamps
pp. 738-741(4)
Authors: Talbot E., A.; Jensen, P.; Moffat H., J.; Wells C., D.

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Letter Papers

Free Content Correspondence
pp. 742-742(1)

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Free Content Gordon Ellard, 1936–2002 [Obituary]
pp. 743-743(1)
Author: Mitchison, D.

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