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TB and HIV

An Old Disease Takes on a New Partner

Tuberculosis (TB) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) are among the leading infectious disease killers in the developing world. These diseases are life threatening when contracted on their own, but the threat is becoming more severe as an increasing number of people infected with HIV are also contracting TB. These diseases are combining to create what many fear is a global health catastrophe. This short booklet highlights some of the ways in which Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is addressing co-infection around the world. 

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