Medical College Pakistan
Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the main health problems despite preventive and control measures that have been taken in the past few decades. It is responsible for almost 8.8 million cases and 1.4 million deaths around the world. Lack of access to TB services is a barrier for empowering TB patients. In a country like Pakistan, controlling TB has become a challenge because of the lack of private sector involvement in a National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTP). Therefore, collaboration is needed between public, private and government sectors in treating TB as well as in improving the quality of the health care system.
Journal of Infection and Public Health
Khan, A. H.
(2017). Tuberculosis control in Sindh, Pakistan: Critical analysis of its implementation. Journal of Infection and Public Health, 10(1), 43107.
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