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TUBERCULOSIS. Why you should be concern about tuberculosis?. It is a bacteria infection which attacks the lungs and then can spread to other orangs and if it is not treated correctly it can mean death. . What is Tuberculosis?.

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Tuberculosis

TUBERCULOSIS

Why you should be concern about tuberculosis?


What is tuberculosis

  • It is a bacteria infection which attacks the lungs and then can spread to other orangs and if it is not treated correctly it can mean death.

What is Tuberculosis?


Last major occurrence

  • It was in 2012 which killed 8.6 million people mostly occur in the low to middle income countries and woman to 15 to 44 years old.

Last major occurrence


What does tuberculosis do

Typical signs of tuberculosis

chronic

Fatigue

lack of appetite

weight loss

fever

night sweats

What does Tuberculosis do?


What has been done about tuberculosis

  • The doctors made a anti-biotic

What has been done about Tuberculosis?


What is relevant to us today

  • It is not common in wealthy countries but it is in third-world countries.

What is relevant to us today?


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Links

  • http://www.cdc.gov/tb/

  • www.health.ny.gov/diseases/commnicable/turberwiosis

  • www.netdoctor.co.uk/diseases/facts/tuberculosis.htm

  • www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs104/en/

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