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Symptoms of tuberculosis infection include persistent cough, fever, night sweats and unexplained weight loss.
Troy University is working with the Alabama Department of Public Health after pulmonary tuberculosis was identified in a student enrolled at the main campus on Wednesday.
Multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis is a growing problem, affecting about 480,000 people, the W.H.O. estimates.
This amendment also removes deer baiting and feeding prohibitions in adjacent counties that are within a 10-mile radius of counties in which 24 months have passed since any confirmed positive test for chronic wasting disease or bovine tuberculosis.
Africa has a half-billion people suffering from various illnesses associated with extreme poverty, such as tuberculosis and gastroenteritis.
Leigh died of tuberculosis in 1967 at the young age of 53.
The Uzbek government announced in 2016 that Mr. Yuldashev had died in prison five years earlier, from tuberculosis.
In 1926, following her husband's death from tuberculosis, Lissitzky-Küppers left Germany and loaned her art collection to a museum in Hanover.
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