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결핵: 새 보고서 – 세계에서 가장 치명적인 감염병 결핵을 각국이 아직도 해결하지 않고 있다는 사실 드러내  

국경없는의사회와 세계보건기구(WHO) 산하 ‘결핵 퇴치 국제협력사업단’(Stop TB Partnership)은 ‘Out of Step’ 보고서 3판을 발표했다. 이 보고서는 세계에서 가장 치명적인 감염병인 결핵에 맞서기 위해 각국 정부가 더 큰 노력을...

결핵: 새 보고서 – 세계에서 가장 치명적인 감염병 결핵을 각국이 아직도 해결하지 않고 있다는 사실 드러내  

국경없는의사회와 세계보건기구(WHO) 산하 ‘결핵 퇴치 국제협력사업단’(Stop TB Partnership)은 ‘Out of Step’ 보고서 3판을 발표했다. 이 보고서는 세계에서 가장 치명적인 감염병인 결핵에 맞서기 위해 각국 정부가 더 큰 노력을...