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Ashok Gehlot Mar 23
On , we need to raise awareness that TB is a preventable & curable disease. Access to prevention & treatment needs to be scaled up & we should ensure people take complete treatment until they are cured. An end to stigma and discrimination is also required.
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Aphen Africa Mar 24
Nigeria still has a long way to go. Let’s do all we can to end the scourge of TB.
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Neeraj Kundan Mar 23
On the occasion of ,all of us together should take a pledge to make the common people aware of the symptoms of tuberculosis and eliminate it completely from the country in the coming years.
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Healthcommunicators Mar 24
Each year, we commemorate (TB) on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic. Source .
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General Knowledge Mar 19
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Compound Interest Mar 24
Today is . Here's a look at what it is and the drugs used to treat it:
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Megalicious👑 Mar 21
Hey guys The 24th of March 2020, will be and as such, the Pharmaceutical Association of Nigerian Students (PANS) Public health team, Uniuyo chapter Will be hosting an online masterclass, talking about: Pharmacists and Student Pharmacists involvement in the
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Family Care Hospitals Mar 24
World Tuberculosis Day, observed on 24 March each year, is celebrated to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease. It is an airborne disease which affects millions worldwide every year.
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Bernhard Schlagheck Mar 24
Almost 500,000 people in get affected from every year. 3 German sisters are working day & night in Rawalpindi hospital to provide relief to TB patients. Visited their hospital earlier this year. Hats off to these ladies!!
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Dr. Melvin Sanicas 🩺🔬 Mar 24
is dominating the world's attention, and rightly so. But let's not forget the respiratory disease that is BOTH PREVENTABLE & TREATABLE and kills 1.5 million people every year - via
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Immunology of Infectious Disease News Mar 24
Today is . As we take a moment to think about the millions of people affected every year by this bacterial infection, we are reminded of why infection research is so vital.
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DataScienceNigeria Mar 24
Today is We review examples of Artificial Intelligence research interventions to combat this disease: Detection: Drug creation: Drug Prescription: Resistance:
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Devesh Shrivastav Mar 24
On the occasion of World Tuberculosis Day, educate yourself on the symptoms of the disease to protect yourself
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RCPI Heritage Centre Mar 24
a good day to launch our online exhibition 'The remarkable prevalence of in Ireland'. Thanks to curators @emmadeigan & & for their support
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VALIDATE Network Mar 24
In this short interview, our Director Professor Helen McShane explains what actually is and how VALIDATE hopes to tackle it.
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Jean-Eric Paquet Mar 24
It's ! Every day, 4.000 people lose their lives & 30.000 fall ill with worldwide. The 🇪🇺EU is fighting to change this & to control infectious diseases like tuberculosis & 🔬🦠 Learn more here👉
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Adil Haider Mar 24
", like , does not make people unworthy of our empathy. Anyone can get infected. And this is not a death sentence but a call to action. Let’s learn from TB on this . Let’s do better this time around."
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SWS Research Mar 23
While the world battles COVID-19, today marks . A day to raise public awareness and understanding about one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers - tuberculosis (TB). Read about researchers working to curtail this disease.
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RCSEd Library & Archive Mar 24
Vienna Children's Hospital, 1912. In an era pre antibiotics, children's cots were placed outside as a fresh-air treatment for tuberculosis
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BCH Archives Mar 24
100 yrs ago - when Longwood Medical Area was mostly fields - used to graze cows in front of the hospital in order to ensure safe milk for patients. At the time many children contracted bone & joint from infected cow's milk.
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