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The budget did, however, earmark funds for fighting HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, and to support some family planning initiatives.
Briggs had earlier endured the death of his wife from consumption, a trauma that led him to dump his fruit business to pursue medicine and a cure for tuberculosis.
Johnson & Johnson was lauded for its new antibiotic bedaquiline, which the company only allows to be used to treat drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Davos, in Switzerland, developed a reputation for treating tuberculosis with bright sunlight and crisp air.
One of the most common incidental findings that the CAT scans showed was a 10 percent incidence of tuberculosis.
Rats are able to sniff out tuberculosis (TB) — the most fatal infectious disease in the world — in mucus samples.
The agency sends as many as 14 single adults on a bus to the Friends Shelter every night, after screening out those with addictions, severe mental illness and tuberculosis, a spokeswoman said.
And in many parts of the world there is an alarming rise in drug-resistant tuberculosis, which is often fatal.
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