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Immigrants' access to health care: Problems identified in a high-risk tuberculosis population.

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Summary of "Immigrants' access to health care: Problems identified in a high-risk tuberculosis population."

Immigrants may utilize health care services differently than other residents and may also have a greater risk for tuberculosis (TB).

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Name: Pulmonology
ISSN: 2531-0437
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