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