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The eighth Wolfheze Workshop, in the Netherlands from 7-12 June 2002, has concluded that tuberculosis (TB) control in Europe needs expanded directly observed treatment-short course (DOTS), linked HIV and TB control, and improved surveillance. The workshop consisted of three consecutive modules attended by a total of 92 delegates from 45 countries. The first Wolfheze workshop on tuberculosis control in Europe was held in 1990 as a policy platform for low tuberculosis incidence countries. It became a platform for TB control in all of Europe after the epidemiological changes observed in the former Soviet Union.


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