WHO: TB numbers drop slightly to esti...

WHO: TB numbers drop slightly to estimated 8.7 million new cases, drug-resistant TB spreading

There are 1 comment on the Canada.com story from Oct 17, 2012, titled WHO: TB numbers drop slightly to estimated 8.7 million new cases, drug-resistant TB spreading. In it, Canada.com reports that:

The number of people who caught tuberculosis last year inched downward according to an estimate by the World Health Organization, but the agency warned that drug-resistant strains are still spreading.

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#1 Oct 18, 2012
This is good news indeed for those who have been fighting TB for a long time. At least now we are able to conquer this disease and hopefully no more people will be affected through research and proper care.

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