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  1. Update for anyone who has a similar question in the future - Called CPSO and they told me that it is only necessary to answer "Yes" in the case of active TB
  2. I'm an incoming PGY1 and on the CPSO application it asks for disclosure if we are carriers of communicable diseases such as TB. I've had a positive TST (exactly 10mm) a few years ago, and have remained asymptomatic and had negative CXRs throughout. I immediately started a 9 month course of isoniazid at the positive TST. Despite all of this, would I still be considered a carrier since I have no possible explanation like a BCG vaccine? If so and I need to answer yes, what are the implications? It notes on the CPSO website that answering yes to any of these questions can increase the already
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