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|Título :||Tuberculosis (TB) and human rights in Chiapas, México|
|Autor :||Sánchez Pérez, Hector Javier|
|Palabras clave :||TUBERCULOSIS;HUMAN;MEXICO;CHIAPAS|
|Fecha de publicación :||jul-2015|
|Editorial :||Croatia: InTech|
|Citación :||Sánchez Pérez, Hector Javier. et al. (2015). Tuberculosis (TB) and human rights in Chiapas, México. InTech. Croatia. pp. 1-42|
|Resumen :||Tuberculosis (TB) is a devastating disease from many points of view: from individuals suffering the disease through public health systems, and health cost services . Although TB is a disease that can be prevented and cured, TB is worldwide spread . Despite the universal adopted Directly Observed Therapy Short Course (DOTS) strategy, TB is now more prevalent than in any previous period of human history. According to the most recent report by World Health Organization (WHO) , there were an estimated 8.6 million (8.3-9 million) new cases and 1.3 deaths related to TB in 2013 . Nevertheless, a recent study estimated that in 2013, including in HIV-positive individuals, all-form TB incidence was 7.5 million, prevalence was 11.9 million, and number of deaths was 1.4 million . In the same year and in only individuals who were HIV-negative, all-form TB estimated incidence was 7.1 million, prevalence 11.2 million, and number of deaths was 1.3 million . According with Stop Partnership TB Human Rights Task Force, in 2009 1.7 million people died from TB, including nearly 600,000 women, and 150,000 by multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB). The vast majority of deaths occur in developing countries. In the same year, there were 440,000 MDR-TB cases (3.3% of all new cases) .|
|Aparece en las colecciones:||Proyecto Prometeo|
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