Gilmario M. Teixeira

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The aim of the study was to look back on the course of action involving measures of tuberculosis control in Brazil since the end of the 19th century, covering the history of social struggles and pointing out institutions and people that have dedicated themselves to looking for solutions to these issues. The Brazilian response to tuberculosis started in(More)
In spite of measures developed to control tuberculosis, the disease continues to have a disquietingly large incidence in Latin America, which has led many to question the possibility of bringing it under control. Despite underregistration of vital and health statistics, the estimated annual figures for 1968-1969 show 68,000 deaths from tuberculosis and(More)
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