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The prevalence of coal workers' pneumoconiosis in US coal miners.
The National lnstitute of Occupational Safety and Health of the US public Health Service recently completed the first round of a large field study to determine the prevalence of coal workers,Expand
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The need for new drugs against tuberculosis. Obstacles, opportunities, and next steps.
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Comparative assessment of water markets: insights from the Murray–Darling Basin of Australia and the Western USA
Water markets in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin (MDB) and the US west are compared in terms of their ability to allocate scarce water resources. The study finds that the gains from trade in the MDBExpand
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Once-weekly rifapentine-containing regimens for treatment of tuberculosis in mice.
The bactericidal activities of several once-weekly rifapentine (P)-containing combination regimens against Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and their ability to prevent the selection of rifampinExpand
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Water Markets: Australia's Murray-Darling Basin and the US Southwest
Fresh water supplies increasingly are under stress in many parts of the world due to rising populations, higher per capita incomes and corresponding consumption, greater environmental concerns, andExpand
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Respiratory status of surface coal miners in the United States.
The United States Public Health Service examined 1,438 surface coal miners to determine the prevalence of coal worker's pneumoconiosis (CWP), chronic bronchitis, and ventilatory impairment amongExpand
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Tuberculosis elimination: are we willing to pay the price?
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Preventive therapy of tuberculosis with rifapentine in immunocompetent and nude mice.
The effectiveness of intermittent administration of rifapentine (RPT), with or without isoniazid (INH), for preventive therapy of tuberculosis was evaluated in immunocompetent (normal) and nude mice.Expand
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Antituberculosis activity of once-weekly rifapentine-containing regimens in mice. Long-term effectiveness with 6- and 8-month treatment regimens.
The effectiveness of various once-weekly 10 mg/kg rifapentine (P)- containing regimens for treatment of tuberculosis was assessed in mice infected intravenously with 4.3 x 10(6) colony-forming unitsExpand
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