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TB Intervention Program Improves Patient Outcomes

ting from treatment was nearly 60 percent lower in the intervention group (43 patients [5.5 percent] defaulted from treatment in the intervention group vs. 125 patients [16.8 percent] in the control group). The intervention also significantly decreased the time to defaulting since the start of treatment.

"Control of TB depends on effective treatment as well as effective strategies to support the process of care from detection of disease through the completion of appropriate treatment.

A key aspect of our approach was to identify, based on qualitative studies, an intervention that would be feasible, sustainable, and fully acceptable by the patients and the health care services. This, we believe, is the path toward making TB control more responsive and reflective of local health systems and social constraints and resources.

Our results show that the intervention we tested, consisting of a coherent package of sustainable activities targeting altogether health staff, patients, and communities, did improve treatment outcomes.

This intervention could now be implemented in a stepwise manner throughout Senegal, and we believe that this approach may be generalized within the context of TB control programs in other resource-poor countries," the authors conclude.

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