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Volume 17, Number 3—March 2011

Dispatch

Tuberculosis among Foreign-born Persons, Singapore, 2000–2009

Khin Mar Kyi WinComments to Author , Cynthia B.E. Chee, Liang Shen, Yee T. Wang, and Jeffery Cutter
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore (K.M. Kyi Win, C.B.E. Chee, Y.T. Wang); National University of Singapore, Singapore (L. Shen); Ministry of Health, Singapore (J. Cutter)

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Tuberculosis (TB) cases, Singapore, 2000–2009. A) No. notified cases among foreign-born subgroups, by year of notification. Citizens, naturalized citizens; PRs, permanent residents; LTPHs, long-term pass holders. B) No. notified cases by country of origin.

Figure 2. Tuberculosis (TB) cases, Singapore, 2000–2009. A) No. notified cases among foreign-born subgroups, by year of notification. Citizens, naturalized citizens; PRs, permanent residents; LTPHs, long-term pass holders. B) No. notified cases by country of origin.

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