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Volume 15, Number 7—July 2009

Research

Relapse Associated with Active Disease Caused by Beijing Strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis1

William J. BurmanComments to Author , Erin E. Bliven, Lauren Cowan, Lorna Bozeman, Payam Nahid, Lois Diem, Andrew Vernon, and for the Tuberculosis Trials Consortium
Author affiliations: Denver Public Health, Denver Colorado, USA (W.J. Burman); University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center, Denver (W.J. Burman); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (E.E. Bliven, L. Cowan, L. Bozeman, L. Diem, A. Vernon); The University of California, San Francisco, California, USA (P. Nahid)

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Selection of case-patients and controls, Tuberculosis Trials Consortium Study 22. The Tuberculosis Trials Consortium Study enrolled patients during 1995–1998. Participants in the case–control study were selected from among 1,004 HIV-infected participants.

Figure. Selection of case-patients and controls, Tuberculosis Trials Consortium Study 22. The Tuberculosis Trials Consortium Study enrolled patients during 1995–1998. Participants in the case–control study were selected from among 1,004 HIV-infected participants.

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1This study was presented in part at the 2008 International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, May 16–21, 2008, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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