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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 lung health world-wide.

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Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 24, Supplement 1, 1 May 2020

EDITORIAL

Free Content Ethics and human rights must drive our response to the TB epidemic
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Jaramillo, E.; Kuesel, A. C.; Reis, A.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Free Content The ethical imperative to relieve suffering for people with tuberculosis by ensuring access to palliative care
pp. 3-8(6)
Authors: Harding, R.; Snyman, L.; Ostgathe, C.; Odell, S.; Gwyther, L.

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Free Content Tuberculosis surveillance and its discontents: the ethical paradox
pp. 9-14(6)
Authors: Bayer, R.; Fairchild, A. L.; Zignol, M.; Castro, K. G.

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Free Content Ethics and human rights considerations regarding involuntary isolation of people with TB
pp. 15-20(6)
Authors: Silva, D. S.; Citro, B.; Volchenkov, G.; Gonzalez-Angulo, L.

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Free Content Latent tuberculosis infection and the EndTB Strategy: ethical tensions and imperatives
pp. 21-26(6)
Authors: Denholm, J. T.; Millan-Marcelo, J. C.; Fiekert, K.

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Free Content Ethical issues surrounding childhood tuberculosis
pp. 27-31(5)
Authors: Hummel, P.; Ahamed, N.; Amanullah, F.

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Free Content Access to experimental medicines for TB: ethical and human rights considerations
pp. 38-43(6)
Authors: Dagron, S.; Chakhaia, T.; González-Angulo, L.; Hermanns, S.; Skrahina, A.; Wallace, A. E. M.

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Free Content Ethics and benefits of systematic screening for active tuberculosis
pp. 44-47(4)
Authors: Hermanns, S.; Bhan, A.; Viney, K.

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Free Content Upholding ethical values and human rights at the frontier of TB research
pp. 48-56(9)
Authors: Stillo, J.; Frick, M.; Cong, Y.

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Free Content Ethical issues in tuberculosis screening and the use of new drugs for prisoners
pp. 57-60(4)
Authors: Elger, B. S.; Mirzayev, F.; Afandiyev, S.; Gurbanova, E.

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