1 Mar 2012
The link below has names of medicines used to treat Latent Tb ... but your infectious disease specialist may change combinations or medicines to treat you... so please get advise from them.
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1 answer • 20 Apr 2012
I did read where an adverse reaction could be a "chronic sinusitis condition", however, such statement is not found on this site.
1 answer • 12 Feb 2013