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Tackling tuberculosis patients' internalized social stigma through patient centred care : an intervention study in rural Nicaragua

Bibliographic reference Macq, Jean ; Solis, Alejandro ; Martinez, Guillermo ; Martiny, Patrick. Tackling tuberculosis patients' internalized social stigma through patient centred care : an intervention study in rural Nicaragua. In: BMC Public Health, Vol. 8, p. 154 [1-10] (2008)
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