This institute of medicine report ending neglect the elimination of tuberculosis in the united states undertaken under sponsorship from the cdc reviews the lessons learned from the neglect of tuberculosis between the late 1960s and the early 1990s and reaffirms committing to the goal of eliminating tuberculosis in the united states defined as a case rate of less than 1 case per 1 million population per year clearly to meet this goal aggressive and decisive actions beyond what is now . Ending neglect the elimination of tuberculosis in the united states 1 ending neglect the elimination of tuberculosis in the united states institute of medicine us committee on the elimination of tuberculosis in theunited states geiter l editor washington dc national academies press us 2000. Ending neglect the elimination of tuberculosis in the united states 4 this report suggests that the resurgence of tb in the united states was the price of neglect reflected in earlier funding reductions for both tb programs and research the report states that elimination of tb in the united states is feasible but will require social. The title ending neglect refers to the neglect of the public health services research principally biomedical and international efforts at control that occurred from the 1970s the socio political environment that favours tuberculosis spread and potentially hinders control efforts is little touched upon other than it being beyond the control of the public health system
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