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The content of this course on Tuberculosis was provided bythe World Health Organization Stop TB department and hasdrawn from a variety of sources.
(A Human Rights Approach to TB: Stop TB Guidelines for Social Mobilization , Stop TB, 2001; Stop TB Annual Report, 2001; Tuberculosis "Colors Report," World HealthOrganization, 2003; World TB Day 2003 Highlights Report, 2003; WHO Report 2004 Global Tuberculosis ControlSurveillance, Planning, Financing).
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