Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV cause significant suffering in Europe. It is estimated that 27 000 patients have both diseases. The distribution of co-infected patients is heterogeneous in Europe. Collaborative activities are needed to take best care of those with TB/HIV co-infection.
This survey was done in 2016/2017 to National TB Focal Points and in 2018 to National HIV Focal Points to collect information on collaborative TB/HIV activities.
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