Tuberculosis: Is the landscape changing?

  title={Tuberculosis: Is the landscape changing?},
  author={Sutapa Khatua and Abby M. Geltemeyer and Anand Gourishankar},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
Robert Heinrich Herman Koch, a German physician and microbiologist, received Nobel Prize in 1905 for identifying the specific causative agent of tuberculosis (TB). During his time it was believed that TB was an inherited disease. However he was convinced that the disease was caused by a bacterium and was infectious, tested his postulates using guinea pigs… CONTINUE READING