Two billion people – one-third of the world’s population – are infected with latent tuberculosis. Ten percent of those infected will develop active TB in their lifetimes. A scourge supposedly defeated by antibiotics half a century ago, tuberculosis kills more people today than ever before in history. And the numbers aren’t getting any better. Worse yet this ancient disease is undergoing a metamorphosis, adapting to our misused medications, growing stronger, becoming unbeatable – becoming multi-drug-resistant.
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