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U.S. Government Roles in Control of Global Tuberculosis: Opportunities for Strengthening Program Effectiveness

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Phillip Nieburg, Audrey Jackson

Over the first 15 years of this century, as efforts against the “big three” global infectious diseases — HIV, malaria and tuberculosis — accelerated, the numbers of new HIV infections dropped by 32 percent, and the number of deaths caused by the virus declined by 31 percent. Malaria infections dropped by 18 percent, and deaths from that disease went down by 48 percent.

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