WORRYINGLY HIGH NUMBER OF PEOPLE INFECTED WITH LATENT FORM OF DRUG RESISTANT TB

TB IS ONE OF THE DEADLIEST DISEASES IN THE WORLD, KILLING ROUGHLY 1.7 MILLION PEOPLE AND INFECTING 10 MILLION EVERY YEAR.

WORRYINGLY HIGH NUMBER OF PEOPLE INFECTED WITH LATENT FORM OF DRUG RESISTANT TBA

More than 19 million people around the globe are infected with one of the most complex forms of dormant tuberculosis, threatening efforts to control the fatal disease, researchers have warned.  In the first study to...

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