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consumption

noun confectio, consumptio, decay, decomposition, decrement, depletion, desolation, devastation, diminishment, diminution, dissipation, expenditure, loss, ravage, ruin, ruination, usage, use, using up, utilization, wastage, waste, wastefulness, wear, withering
Associated concepts: business consumption, consumption in interstate commerce, consumption of goods, consumption of intoxicating liquors, for use and consumption
See also: decline, destruction, deterioration, erosion, expense, prostration, sacrifice, waste
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Health workers and professionals from the laboratory service of the penal system will receive training both at the local and international levels in the area of tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment, including MDR-TB, and infection control.
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This year, the World Tuberculosis Day is celebrated on March 30th, 2011 by a national workshop for one day to diagnose, treat and manage the tuberculosis.
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tuberculosis H37Rv as control, multi-drug resistant isolates DKU-156, JAL-1236 and fast growing mycobacterial pathogen M.
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