Long-term incidence of tuberculosis among migrants according to migrant status: a cohort study

. Kristensen (Copenhagen, Denmark), T. Lillebaek (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Petersen (Copenhagen, Denmark), S. Hargreaves (London, United Kingdom), L. Nellums (London, United Kingdom), J. Friedland (London, United Kingdom), P. Andersen (Copenhagen, Denmark), P. Ravn (Copenhagen, Denmark), M. Noerredam (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Tuberculosis and non-TB mycobacterial infection I
Session: Tuberculosis and non-TB mycobacterial infection I
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3819

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. Kristensen (Copenhagen, Denmark), T. Lillebaek (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Petersen (Copenhagen, Denmark), S. Hargreaves (London, United Kingdom), L. Nellums (London, United Kingdom), J. Friedland (London, United Kingdom), P. Andersen (Copenhagen, Denmark), P. Ravn (Copenhagen, Denmark), M. Noerredam (Copenhagen, Denmark). Long-term incidence of tuberculosis among migrants according to migrant status: a cohort study. 3819

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