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He Looks At Tuberculosis Death Toll And Wonders Why You're Not Worried
"Nobody is safe from it," says South Africa's health minister.
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CDC Director Calls It 'Shameful' This Curable Disease Still Kills Millions
The leading infectious killer in the world has been around for centuries. When will the world eliminate tuberculosis?
Being A Tuberculosis Physician: Struggles, Challenges And Hopes
Dr. Jayant Banavaliker
Treatment for regular drug-susceptible tuberculosis involves first-line drugs and takes six months. The World Health Organization's
What Can We Do About Tuberculosis? What Would Pasteur Do?
Executive Coach & Founder, Pinwheel Strategies
Recently an unidentified person in NY was diagnosed with TB. While all students and staff were quickly and screened, one outraged mother angrily accused, "Shame on that person." But that shame is misplaced.
TB Vaccine Timing Could Impact Effectiveness
Data from clinical trials of the vaccine, called MVA85A, in babies in Gambia showed it was safe, but the immune response
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