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Volume 17, Number 3—March 2011

Research

Active Tuberculosis among Homeless Persons, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1998–2007

Kamran KhanComments to Author , Elizabeth Rea, Cameron McDermaid, Rebecca Stuart, Catharine Chambers, Jun Wang, Angie Chan, Michael Gardam, Frances Jamieson, Jae Yang, and Stephen W. Hwang
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (K. Khan, C. Chambers, J. Wang, A. Chan, J. Yang, S.W. Hwang); University of Toronto, Toronto (K. Khan, E. Rea, M. Gardam, F. Jamieson, S.W. Hwang); Toronto Public Health, Toronto (E. Rea, R. Stuart); City of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (C. McDermaid); University Health Network, Toronto (M. Gardam); Ontario Agency for Health Promotion and Protection, Toronto (F. Jamieson)

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Probability of death from all causes during the 12-month period after tuberculosis diagnosis among Canada-born and foreign-born homeless persons with active tuberculosis, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1998–2007. Birthplace information available for 88 persons. Censored are patients who completed treatment for tuberculosis or were lost to follow up.

Figure 3. Probability of death from all causes during the 12-month period after tuberculosis diagnosis among Canada-born and foreign-born homeless persons with active tuberculosis, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1998–2007. Birthplace information available for 88 persons. Censored are patients who completed treatment for tuberculosis or were lost to follow up.

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