community burden

community burden

in Scots property law, burdens imposed under a common scheme of four or more properties where the burdens apply to all the properties and are mutually enforceable by the owners of each property.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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Consequently, much paediatric TB is undiagnosed in LMIC settings, and programmatic estimates (from case notification, vital registration or verbal autopsy) of TB disease in young children are likely to be substantial underestimates of the true community burden.
The poor became stigmatized and feared and their care was perceived as a community burden.
There remain, however, theoretical benefits to uncovering the cause: identification of rare organisms, selection of narrower spectrum antibiotics (lessening the community burden of antibiotic resistance), and better targeting of medications should empiric therapy prove ineffective.
Via our collaboration with SEHA, we endeavor to create a new ray of hope for a segment of our community burdened between the millstones of poverty and disease.

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