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Bull World Health Organ vol.80 n.6 Genebra Jun. 2002
ANNUAL RISK OF TUBERCULOUS INFECTION*
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1 Division of Tuberculosis Control, U.S. Centers for disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
2 Formely Chief Tuberculosis and Respiratory Infections Unit, Division of Communicable Diseases World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.
3 Scientist, Tuberculosis Unit, Division of Communicable Diseases, World Health Organization, Geneva, Swirtzerland.
* The figures have been redrawn for reproduction by Hans L. Rieder, Switzerland.