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Tuberculosis today is a multicomponent problem that has gone beyond the medical sphere. Despite significant progress in the global fight against tuberculosis, no country in the world has reached its targets. As a result, there is an urgent need to revise the tuberculosis control strategy, which unites all levels of healthcare, public and religious organizations, and all sectors of the media [6,9]. Thus, a patient-centered approach to TB treatment is being formed - this is one of the fundamental elements of the “End TB” Strategy (“End TB”), which was adopted in 2014 at the 67th session of WHO. A patient-centered approach to treatment allows you to be treated outside of hospital facilities and continue to work without interruption from work and family. Treatment models that provide equitable access to outpatient care and patient support in the community provide an opportunity to reduce stigma in people with TB.
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