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The determinants of tuberculosis transmission in Indigenous people in Canada and New Zealand
The disparity in tuberculosis rates between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people persists in Canada and New Zealand. The most common form of tuberculosis in humans is pulmonary tuberculosis so eliminating tuberculosis ...
Identifying clinical and social factors influencing changes in CD4+ count in HIV infected adults in Saskatoon, Canada
Context and Rationale: The incidence of HIV in Saskatchewan is the highest in Canada and the epidemiology in this province is unique. Clinically, rapid decline in CD4+ cell count and rapid progression to AIDS has been ...