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Effect of tuberculosis screening and retention interventions on early antiretroviral therapy mortality in Botswana: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial

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Effect of tuberculosis screening and retention interventions on early antiretroviral therapy mortality in Botswana: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial
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BMC Medicine, February 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12916-019-1489-0
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Andrew F. Auld, Tefera Agizew, Anikie Mathoma, Rosanna Boyd, Anand Date, Sherri L. Pals, Christopher Serumola, Unami Mathebula, Heather Alexander, Tedd V. Ellerbrock, Goabaone Rankgoane-Pono, Pontsho Pono, James C. Shepherd, Katherine Fielding, Alison D. Grant, Alyssa Finlay

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#12,818,736
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#2,210
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#182,236
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