Sentenced to Die?: The Problem of TB in Prisons in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
International Centre for Prison Studies, King's College, London, 1999 - Prisoners - 288 pages
This is a collection of 17 papers on the tuberculosis epidemic among inmates in Russia and neighboring countries, examining both the problems of treating tuberculosis in prisons, and also the solutions recommended by medical and prison experts at a seminar held in Budapest, Hungary, in June 1998.
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Prison reform and the management of TB in Eastern Europe
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