Are we ready to treat Tuberculosis in ambulatory care ?

. Ionut (Constanta, Romania), P. Ionela (Constanta, Romania), G. Monica (Constanta, Romania), D. Elena (Constanta, Romania)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Tuberculosis and society
Session: Tuberculosis and society
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 1441
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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