The feasibility and efficiency of controlling MDR-TB using the DOTS-Plus strategy in the Russian Federation
World Health Organization. Cost-effectiveness of TB in the Russian Federation Project. (2005). The feasibility and efficiency of controlling MDR-TB using the DOTS-Plus strategy in the Russian Federation. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/69220
Policy brief (World Health Organization. Cost-effectiveness of TB in the Russian Federation Project) ; no. 3
Gov't Doc #WHO/HTM/TB/2005.357c
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