Experts Disagree Over Feasibility Of WHO’s ‘End TB’ Strategy
Deutsche Welle: A world without tuberculosis?
“If it’s up to the WHO, the number of tuberculosis (TB) deaths is to decrease by 95 percent over the next twenty years, the number of those contracting the disease by 90 percent. These are without doubt lofty targets. Serious efforts will have to be taken to get the infectious disease that’s triggered by bacteria under control. The World Health Organization’s ‘End TB’ strategy has already failed to convince all the experts…” (Heise, 3/24).
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