Original Article

Critical Re-Evaluation of a Community Patch Test Program After 300,000 Tests

Authors: WALTER C. GRAY M.D.

Abstract

The conquest of tuberculosis depends upon the case-finding, not only of active instances of the disease, but the recognition of those who have been infected and represent potential future patients. The study and survey under way for a decade in the St. Louis area has attracted nation-wide attention.

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