In Brief: Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is out of control in at least 20 countries and poor management programmes are allowing drug-resistant forms of the disease to emerge, the World Health Organisation warned last week. Cases have risen by 13 per cent worldwide since WHO declared TB a 'global emergency' in 1993.

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