M. Sadiq Sohail

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  • M Sohail
  • 2006
Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the oldest diseases known to the mankind; it is also a leading cause of death among adults, and kills almost 500 children each day worldwide. More than 90% of TB-related deaths occur in developing countries. TB was declared global emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1993, with around 8-10 million new cases of the(More)
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The prolonged challenges and terrible consequences of poor sanitation, especially in developing economies, call for the exploration of new sustainable sanitation technologies. Such technologies must be: capable of effectively treating human faecal wastes without any health or environmental impacts; scalable to address rapid increases in population and(More)