Health groups issue global strategy on preventing childhood tuberculosis

10/1/2013 | USA Today

The World Health Organization, along with other health and advocacy groups, released on Tuesday a strategy aimed at reducing cases of tuberculosis in children around the world. The action plan, which is estimated to cost about $120 million each year, includes 10 priorities, such as giving children preventive treatment from familial tuberculosis and training health care providers in detecting the disease.

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