Regional Collaborating Committee on Tuberculosis Control and Care (RCC–TB). Third meeting Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 November 2014
提要The third meeting of the Regional Collaborating Committee on Tuberculosis Care and Control (RCC-TB) steering group was held in Copenhagen, Denmark on 24 November 2014, with the participation of members and observers, including representatives from WHO country offices in the Region. This report briefly summarizes outputs from the presentations, discussion and working group sessions, and indicates future action.
未知 (2015). Regional Collaborating Committee on Tuberculosis Control and Care (RCC–TB). Third meeting Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 November 2014. WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/159186
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