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Arcoxia (Etoricoxib)

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THE REVIVAL OF TUBERCULOSIS IN AUSTRALIA
A few years ago, the mistaken belief that tuberculosis was well and truly eliminated from Australia was so firmly entrenched that insufficient attention was paid to the growing body of new statistics which could show otherwise. Consider, for example, the revival in the incidence of tuberculosis in New South Wales alone.
Little more than a decade ago, the rate of infection was so low that the few cases presented were thought by many to be statistically insignificant. A new pattern of revival has, however, been emerging.
In 1986, the overall rate of infection was 5.2 per 100 000 people. In 1987, the rate rose slightly to 5.35 per 100 000. By 1990, the rate per 100 000 had increased to 5.7 and, by 1991, the rate of infection jumped to 6.8 per 100 000. It is suspected that new figures will reveal a high level of notifications of the disease amongst the 0-4 years age group, suggesting that the overall incidence rates will continue to rise as long as there are sources of active infection. Similar trends have been noted for other airborne infectious diseases such as whooping cough and measles. Despite our general arrogance in believing that the spread of infectious disease is completely under control, the statistical trend indicates to the contrary.
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