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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Mar 24
Today is . As we stand together to confront the pandemic, it highlights just how vulnerable people with lung diseases & weakened immune systems can be. Millions of people around the 🌍 suffer & die from , a preventable, treatable, curable disease.
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Smithsonian Magazine Mar 24
Though scholars today still struggle to explain the vampire panics, a key detail unites them: The public hysteria almost invariably occurred in the midst of savage tuberculosis outbreaks.
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Catharina Boehme Mar 24
As more countries go into , we can only hope the unparalleled global effort to tackle this leaves a positive & lasting legacy including stronger health systems & . Our message:
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Curry Tuberculosis Mar 24
It is with great sadness we report the passing of Dr. John F. Murray in Paris today, one of our own who has succumbed to COVID-19. John is remembered as a leading voice in the fight against TB and an icon in the fields of pulmonary and critical care medicine.
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Indoor Herbiⓥore Mar 24
Nearly 50% of Americans Plan to Drink Plant-Based Milk Regularly 🥛
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Lia Tadesse Mar 24
Today is Ethiopia is commemorating World TB Day for the 23th time with a theme “It’s time to END TB!” let’s keep integrity of essential TB services while building capacities to combating newly emerging infection diseases including COVID-19.
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PharmaFactz Mar 24
Today is World TB Day! Medicines used to treat TB include the RIPES drugs: - Rifampin - Isoniazid - Pyrazinamide - Ethambutol - Streptomycin
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Linda-Gail Bekker Mar 24
In the midst of the COVID19 crisis lets not forget that South Africa battles a TB epidemic everyday that we are more "comfortable" with just because we have had it in our daily lives for soooooo loooong.
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Infectious Diseases Institute, Makerere University Mar 24
TB anywhere is TB everywhere. Each day, over 4000 people lose their lives to TB and close to 30,000 people fall ill with this preventable and curable disease. Let's work together to fight this epidemic- in our homes and communities. Photo By George jr Kamau
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ASM Mar 24
Multi-drug  is the leading cause of antimicrobial resistance-related deaths worldwide, says TB Alliance. ASM is advocating for funding to combat AMR and TB. Learn more:  
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Titus H. Divala🇲🇼 Mar 24
Is 24wks of 4 different drugs packed in 4 gigantic tablets the best we could have achieved in 138 years of knowing TB? If not for the 10 million who get it EVERY YEAR, lets do BETTER for Koch of 24Mar1882! With this , 2find better treatment options &
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Margaret Froh Mar 24
Today on I share my family’s story fighting TB and lung disease — many thanks to the nurses, doctors, researchers and all who continue this fight today “The Fight for Lung Health - A Family's Legacy”| the lung association
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Charles Gore Mar 24
As we celebrate from the confines of our homes, it is a stark reminder for us to stay united in these challenging times & to join forces in what we have to offer in the fight against infectious lung diseases in every form.
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Maha Farhat Mar 24
Remembering the TB survivors and their humbling stories on this TB remains the number 1 infectious disease killer globally. Far exceeding and Ebola so far. A steady silent epidemic that disproportionately affects the voiceless
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José Luis Castro Mar 24
“Today, on , join me in calling on world leaders to ensure that the political will and funding we are seeing for continues well after this crisis is resolved.”
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CDC Mar 24
Too many people in the United States suffer from . ! Find out how: .
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Michael Shiloh Mar 24
I know that is all consuming right now, but today is also . This, from a week ago, reminds us that TB is still the #1 infectious disease killer by far. Source:
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Tripti Pande Mar 24
In an unprecedented , the webinar on COVID-19 & TB lead by somber presentations from , , drives a major point home - *NOW more than ever, we ALL must stand strong for TB*
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Max Gutierrez Mar 24
Today is Tuberculosis is the other still killing 4,000 people everyday, making the world's top infectious disease killer. TB is preventable and curable. A reminder that we need strong research and access to healthcare to fight pandemics.
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Pai Global TB Group Mar 24
In today's webinar on and reminded us that "if we are not proactive we will see setbacks in everything we have gained in TB" In these unprecedented times, we must stand together to continue the fight to To view:
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