Who is most vulnerable to TB and what can we do about it?

  • Published 2005


Every year nearly two million people die of TB, despite the fact that it is easily curable. TB generally affects the most vulnerable people – those who live in poverty, are marginalised or economically and socially excluded. The disease thrives in conditions of poverty and consequently, poor and vulnerable people suffer even more when they have TB. So what… (More)


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