Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013
Increasing Pneumocystis Pneumonia, England, UK, 2000–2010
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Disclosures: Rishma Maini, MBChB; Katherine L. Henderson, MSc; Elizabeth A. Sheridan, MBBS, FRCPath; Theresa Lamagni, MSc, PhD; Gordon Nichols, PhD; Valerie Delpech, MBBS, MPH, FPHM; and Nick Phin, MBChB, LLM, have disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
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