Beyond individual inclusion, investment in affected communities is needed to end tuberculosis

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In a seminal 1983 advocacy piece, HIV activist Larry Kramer wrote, “I am angry and frustrated almost beyond the bound my skin and bones and body and brain can encompass. My sleep is tormented by nightmares and visions of lost friends, and my days are flooded by the tears of funerals and memorial services and seeing my sick friends. How many of us must die before all of us living fight back?”1

 

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Beko, B., & Furin, J. (2023). Beyond individual inclusion, investment in affected communities is needed to end tuberculosis. Lancet (London, England), S0140-6736(23)01892-5. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(23)01892-5

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