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World could face outbreak of 'virtully untreatable' TB after deadly strain is disovered in South Africa

 
Tess2012

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02/12/2013 12:32 PM

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World could face outbreak of 'virtully untreatable' TB after deadly strain is disovered in South Africa
The world could be on the brink of an outbreak of a deadly and ‘virtually untreatable’ strain of drug resistant tuberculosis unless immediate action is taken, doctors have warned.

The first cases of 'totally drug-resistant' tuberculosis have been found in South Africa, according to a new paper published in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Emerging Infectious Diseases journal. Clinics across the country ravaged by the bacterial lung infection, have reported an explosion in the number of patients struck down with a virulent strain.

A New York hospital was hit by a multi drug-resistant TB outbreak in the early '90s. Of the 32 patients who caught the infection, 29 died.

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02/12/2013 12:34 PM
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Re: World could face outbreak of 'virtully untreatable' TB after deadly strain is disovered in South Africa
TB would be an aweful way to go.
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02/12/2013 12:38 PM

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Re: World could face outbreak of 'virtully untreatable' TB after deadly strain is disovered in South Africa
Not good.
You see what we can do when we use our tools (antibiotics) the wrong way.
Maybe we should start to ask the Russians all that they know about treating diseases with bacteriophages.


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