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2020 Letter to the editor: Why we need to evaluate the quality of tuberculosis care in South Africa's private health sector
Poor-quality tuberculosis (TB) care is now a larger barrier to reducing mortality than poor access. South Africa (SA) has one of the highest...
2020 Factors influencing patients' willingness to return to private providers for TB diagnostic care: insight from a standardised patient study in South Africa
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The COVID-19 pandemic reached South Africa in March - the month in which World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is commemorated. The 24th of March is d...