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Ferlinz, R. (1995) Die Tuberkulose in Deutschland und das deutsche Zentralkomitee zur Bekampfung der Tuberkulose. Pneumologie, 49, 617-632.

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  • TITLE: The History of Tuberculosis: Past, Present, and Future

    AUTHORS: Rohan Prabhu, Vinodkumar Singh

    KEYWORDS: Tuberculosis, Multi-Drug Resistance, Tuberculosis in India

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Microbiology, Vol.9 No.11, November 18, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Tuberculosis (TB), transmitted by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis has been a global epidemic for years. The evidence for infection with TB is centuries old. It can have an indolent course, and may remain inactive for years in individuals with the possibility of reactivation at any time, causing widespread systemic symptoms. The treatment and management of TB has become more effective over the years. It is estimated that more than one-third of the world population, especially in poor and developing countries are harboring this bacterium with varying manifestations of the disease from no symptoms to life-threatening infections. This manuscript describes the history of the disease and the discoveries. It also includes the recent advances and challenges facing the world and how governments and organizations are working together to control this disease.