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Tuberculosis in chronic conflict areas

Marc Biot


As an M.Sc. student in public health for developing countries at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, I am currently working on a dissertation which examines the management of tuberculosis in countries experiencing prolonged armed conflicts. The choice of topic is based on personal experience in a humanitarian organisation in several war-afflicted areas. My research question is:

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