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Correspondence Post-migration follow-up of migrants at risk of tuberculosis

The systematic review and meta-analysis of Isaac H Y Chan and colleagues1 on the effectiveness of post-migration follow up of migrants at risk of developing tuberculosis provides urgently needed evidence to inform tuberculosis prevention and control strategies in an era of unprecedented cross-border migration. Their analysis is insightful, but falls short in accounting for the heterogeneity in migrant populations with respect to both reasons for migration and country of origin.
Source: The Lancet Infectious Diseases - Category: Infectious Diseases Authors: Tags: Correspondence Source Type: research

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