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Anti-mycobacterium therapy 

Anti-mycobacterium therapy
Anti-mycobacterium therapy

Sebastian G. B. Amyes

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date: 30 March 2020

The cause of the ‘white death’ still infects a third of the world ’ s population.

The antibiotics currently available to treat tuberculosis.

The emergence of resistance is rapid and leads to treatment failure.

The development of resistance has changed therapeutic strategy.

The regimens now recommended are complicated but guidelines are available.

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