People think tuberculosis is gone. … It’s here and growing.
Temperature-stable TB vaccine is safe and provokes immune response By Brian Doctrow, Ph.D., National Institutes of Health. An experimental tuberculosis vaccine that can be stored at room temperature was safe and provoked an immune response in a Phase 1 clinical…
Combining nanotechnology with artificial intelligence can diagnose tuberculosis in children in whom the deadly disease might otherwise go undetected.
The vaccine against TB is usually injected into the skin. A new animal study finds injecting it into the bloodstream dramatically boosts its effectiveness.
An employee at MultiCare Auburn Medical Center’s Family Birth Center has been diagnosed with TB. But the risk that contacts were infected is low.