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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

Research

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis 
Outbreak among US-bound Hmong 
Refugees, Thailand, 2005

John E. OeltmannComments to Author , Jay K. Varma, Luis Ortega, Yecai Liu, Thomas O’Rourke, Maria Cano, Theresa A. Harrington, Sean Toney, Warren Jones, Samart Karuchit, Lois Diem, Dhanida Rienthong, Jordan W. Tappero, Kashef Ijaz, and Susan A. Maloney
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J.E. Oeltmann, L. Ortega, Y. Liu, M. Cano, T. Harrington, S. Toney, L. Diem, K. Ijaz, S.A. Maloney); Thailand Ministry of Public Health–US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Collaboration, Bangkok, Thailand (J.K. Varma, S. Karuchit, J.W. Tappero); The International Organization for Migration, Bangkok (T. O’Rourke, W. Jones); Thailand Ministry of Public Health, Bangkok (D. Rienthong);

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Figure 1

Social links between Hmong refugees with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, Thailand, February 2005. Numerals indicate patients, in order of diagnosis. +, smear positive; –, smear negative; dotted lines, weak link; solid lines, strong link.

Figure 1. Social links between Hmong refugees with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, Thailand, February 2005. Numerals indicate patients, in order of diagnosis. +, smear positive; –, smear negative; dotted lines, weak link; solid lines, strong link.

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