BCG vaccination among Canadian Indians and Inuit: the epidemiological bases for policy decision.

Abstract

It is necessary to reassess tuberculosis (TB) control among Canadian Indians and Inuit, particularly the policy of BCG vaccination, because of the perceived decreased risk of TB among Indians and Inuit as well as the uncertainty surrounding BCG effectiveness due to conflicting results from several large-scale trials in different regions of the world. An… (More)

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@article{Young1985BCGVA, title={BCG vaccination among Canadian Indians and Inuit: the epidemiological bases for policy decision.}, author={Terence K. Young}, journal={Canadian journal of public health = Revue canadienne de sante publique}, year={1985}, volume={76 2}, pages={124-9} }