Paper: Shen et al. Recurrent tuberculosis in an urban area in China: Relapse or exogenous reinfection? Tuberculosis 2017; 103: 97-104 [available here].
Presenter: Lara Gosce, Institute for Global Health, UCL
Chair: Tom Yates, Institute for Global Health, UCL
Time: 1-2pm, Friday 24 February 2017
Venue: Room 2.18, Chadwick Building, UCL [map here]
Please join us this month to discuss a paper on TB recurrence in Shanghai, focusing on the relative contributions made by relapse versus exogenous reinfection. How do we tease these apart? Should China prioritise efforts to improve treatment adherence or to interrupt transmission? All welcome.
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