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Tuberculosis, once considered a disease of the past, is making a ‘comeback’, and though it usually infects the lungs, it can attack almost any part of the body.
Tuberculosis, the world's deadliest infectious killer, is curable and preventable. Yet, due to low awareness, it causes more deaths than dengue.
Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that still kills a lot of people, especially those with HIV/AIDS, despite us having a vaccine for it.
The stigma and discrimination suffered by TB patients can lead to mental health problems. This adds to the challenging task of providing treatment.
The once controlled tuberculosis disease is spreading again in Malaysia because private doctors have failed to realise the disease has re-emerged.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Health officials gathered in Beijing on Wednesday warned against deadly drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis, which are spreading fastest in developing countries that lack the infrastructure to tackle the disease.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Philanthropists cannot win the global fight against tuberculosis alone and a
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Federal health officials on Thursday said drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis infection were rising, posing major challenges to efforts to eliminate the deadly disease.