South Africa tuberculosis battle forces patients into treatment

03/25/2008 | NYTimes.com

Tuberculosis sufferers in South Africa chafe at a government program to quell the spread of drug-resistant forms of the disease that confines patients to hospitals surrounded by electrified gates, and forces those who escape the squalid conditions to return. South African officials argue the need to protect the general population requires them to institute drastic measures.

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