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Study finds link between spike in cost of living and tuberculosis death rates

03:50 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

New U of T research finds that a rise in the cost of living experienced during times of crisis – like war, outbreaks of disease and food shortages – can lead to a spike in tuberculosis mortality rates, with women the most vulnerable.

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