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Although tuberculosis (TB) did not constitute a major public health threat in Germany in 2000, Germany is not a low incidence countries, and enhanced measures to prevent TB are required, according to an article published in Germany’s national surveillance bulletin (1). The number of notified cases of active TB in Germany fell for the fourth consecutive year, to 9064 in 2000 (1999: 9974; 1998: 10 440; 1997: 11 163), corresponding to an incidence of 11.0 cases per 100 000 population (1999: 12.2/100 000) (2).

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2001-12-05
2017-11-22
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