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Disease Prevention and Control / Communicable Diseases / Tuberculosis

Regional Tuberculosis Meeting 2004

(Mexico City, 6–10 September 2004)

In Mexico City during the entire week of 6 September 2004, the Regional Program on TB of the Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO)—with support from the PAHO Country Office in Mexico, the Secretary of Health of Mexico, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)—will hold three major regional meetings on TB:

TB in Prisons 2004

Regional Meeting of the Tuberculosis Laboratory Network
(6–8 September)

TB NPTs 2004

Regional Meeting of Heads of National TB Programs (NTPs)
(7–9 September)

TB and HIV/AIDS

Regional Interprogrammatic Meeting on TB/HIV
(9–10 September)


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