Because ambulatory chemotherapy in Alaska was an apparently successful pioneering project, and because ambulatory chemotherapy has become a major element in tuberculosis controlin many areas, the Alaskan experience may interest those who have similar problems and responsibilities in bringing public health to peoples of other cultures. In addition to reviewing the history of the ambulatory chemotherapy program in Alaska, we have also attempted to estimate its effectiveness for patients awaitinghospitalization.
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