Gunilla källenius-press  ”If there was any doubt that tuberculosis (TB) was fighting back, it was dispelled in 2005, at the Church of Scotland Hospital in the village of Tugela Ferry, South Africa.” Doctors at the hospital, in a rough, remote corner of KwaZulu-Natal Province were hardened to people dying from gunshots and AIDS. But even they were puzzled frightened when patients with HIV who were responding well to antiretroviral drugs began dying – rapidly – from TB.”

Så börjar en artikel om hur den riktigt resistanta, dödliga tuberkulosen upptäcktes i Sydafrika.

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