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Tuberculosis may have migrated from humans to cattle

Jul 18, 2008
Tuberculosis may have migrated from humans to cattle Tuberculosis (TB) may call to mind Old West consumptives and early 20th-century sanatoriums, yet according to the World Health Organization, the disease took the lives of more than 1.5 million people worldwide in 2006. In the U.S. alone, thousands of new cases are reported annually, making TB an enduring menace. The need to better understand this disease is becoming critical, note researchers at Arizona State University, especially with t...

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