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This case study of tuberculosis among Ju/'hoansi speakers in a small village in Otjodzondjupa district, namibia, shows how different notions concerning tuberculosis and TB-like complaints become a area of uncertainty and even contention in a situation where tuberculosis education is good but diagnostics, and by extension treatment, are not always easily accessible. The paper argues that culturalism in the health services turns attention away from the socio-economic and political aspects ofdoi:10.4314/asr.v14i2.70235 fatcat:jovufseaw5ezhnmrbig4me4m7m