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International Journal of Pharmacy & Technology
For decades, Tuberculosis (TB) has been the leading cause of death from an infectious disease in Malaysia. Globally, it is the most common opportunistic disease among people living with HIV (PLHIV) and a third of the HIV-related deaths were coinfected with TB. The objective of this study was to compare the sex-, ethnicity-and age-specific TB-HIV coinfection morbidity rates among the states and federal territories in Malaysia by using indirect standardisation method. The population data offatcat:7hepibr62fgtxhqxmhkeseopfy