HIV/TB Co-Infection in Mainland China: A Meta-Analysis. Gao L, Zhou F, Li X, et al (2010)

Technical Report: Expanding TB and TB/HIV Integrated Services in Thai Binh Province, Vietnam. Hung DV, HTM Ly,  and Lien NTT (2009)

TB and HIV co-epidemic is a major public health problem in many parts of the world, particularly in developing counties. We aimed to summarize the prevalence of TB and HIV co-infection in mainland China, using meta-analysis based on systematic review of published articles.


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HIV and AIDS SAARC Region: Update- 2009. SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre Nepal (2009)

HIV and AIDS SAARC Region: Update- 2009. SAARC Tuberculosis & HIV/AIDS Centre Nepal (2009)

HIV epidemic is the single major reversal in human development in modern history. In most heavily affected countries, HIV has drastically reduced life expectancy even by more than 20 years. The estimated number of persons living with HIV in the world in 2007 was 33 million (30 million –36million).
The highest burden was in Sub Saharan Africa (67%) followed by South and South East Asia.

The global HIV epidemic has emerged as a formidable challenge to public health and development of the SAARC Region too. SAARC Region has an estimated 2.49 million People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) and India alone bears an estimated 2.31 million of that. HIV epidemic in the SAARC Region is
a collection of different epidemics in Member States with their own characteristics and dynamics. The diversity existing in the region needs to be fully addressed and defined, in order to achieve the success in prevention and control activities.



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Technical Report: Expanding TB and TB/HIV Integrated Services in Thai Binh Province, Vietnam. Hung DV, HTM Ly, and Lien NTT (2009)

Technical Report: Expanding TB and TB/HIV Integrated Services in Thai Binh Province, Vietnam. Hung DV, HTM Ly,  and Lien NTT (2009)

This report provides an evaluation of an 18-month quality improvement intervention supported by the USAID-funded Quality Assurance Project (QAP) and its successor, the Health Care Improvement (HCI) Project, in Thai Binh Province of Vietnam. The province, located in the Red River’s Delta in northern Vietnam, has 1.8 million population, an annual TB case load of 1600–1800 cases, and an cumulative number of 2188 HIV-infected cases.


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Involving the Community in Responding to TB/HIV: Outcomes of Community-Led Monitoring and Advocacy. Open Society Institute (2008).

Involving the Community in Responding to TB/HIV: Outcomes of Community-Led Monitoring and Advocacy. Open Society Institute (2008). OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE Public Health Program Public Health Watch Public Health Watch, a project of the Public Health Program of the Open Society Institute, aims to strengthen meaningful and sustained engagement by infected and affected communities in the development, implementation, and monitoring of TB and HIV policies, programs, and practices.

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Tuberculosis Care with TB-HIV Co-management: Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness. WHO (2007)

Tuberculosis care with TB-HIV Co-management: Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness WHO (2007) This guideline module is for use in caring for patients with TB disease at first-level health facilities (health centres and the clinical team in district outpatient clinics) in countries with high burden of HIV. It addresses the care of both HIV-positive and HIV-negative patients with TB disease.

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Prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, Risk Behavior, and HIV Knowledge among Tuberculosis Patients in Afghanistan. Todd CS, Barbera-Lainez Y, Doocy SC, et al (2007)

Prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, Risk Behavior, and HIV Knowledge among Tuberculosis Patients in Afghanistan. Todd CS, Barbera-Lainez Y, Doocy SC, et al (2007) HIV prevalence among tuberculosis patients in Afghanistan is currently quite low. However, lack of knowledge of HIV and engaging in high-risk practices, particularly regarding health, make this group vulnerable. Health education sessions regarding HIV, sexually transmitted infection, and blood-borne infections should be implemented for tuberculosis patients during the treatment course.

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HIV and Tuberculosis in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1997–2002. Buu TN, Houben RMGJ, Quy HT, et al (2007)

HIV and Tuberculosis in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1997–2002. Buu TN, Houben RMGJ, Quy HT, et al (2007)

In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, reporting rates for tuberculosis (TB) are rising in an emerging HIV epidemic. To describe the HIV epidemic among TB patients and quantify its impact on rates of reported TB, we performed a repeated cross-sectional survey from 1997 through 2002 in a randomly selected sample of inner city TB patients.


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HIV Testing for All Tuberculosis Patients: An Entry Point for Tuberculosis Patients to Access HIV Prevention and Care. TB/HIV Research Foundation Thailand, The Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association (2007)

HIV Testing for All Tuberculosis Patients: An Entry Point for Tuberculosis Patients to Access HIV Prevention and Care. TB/HIV Research Foundation Thailand, The Research Institute of Tuberculosis and Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association (2007) This book leads us to think And brings hope to patients We’re clear what it mentions With passion we’ll work together If patients get HIV testing We can have better TB monitoring Treatment and control will progress Bringing benefits to all of us.

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TB Policy in Thailand: A Civil Society Perspective. Open Society Institute (2006)

TB Policy in Thailand: A Civil Society Perspective. Open Society Institute (2006) On the first World TB Day of the new millennium, ministerial representatives of the 20 countries carrying 80 percent of the global tuberculosis (TB) burden adopted the Amsterdam Declaration to Stop TB. By adopting the Declaration, these governments pledged to take bold new steps in addressing the TB epidemic in their countries and affirmed their commitment to “implement, monitor and evaluate” their national TB programs according to the TB con- trol strategy recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

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HIV Surveillance among Tuberculosis Patients in the South-East Asia Region. WHO (2006)

HIV Surveillance among Tuberculosis Patients in the South-East Asia Region. WHO (2006) The importance of HIV surveillance among tuberculosis (TB) patients is increasingly being recognized as the HIV epidemic continues to fuel the global TB epidemic. In many countries the HIV prevalence in TB patients is a sensitive indicator of the spread of HIV into the general population. Information on HIV levels in TB patients is essential to respond to the increasing commitment to provide HIV/AIDS care and support, including antiretroviral therapy (ART), to HIV-positive TB patients.

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