New Shorter TB Drug Course Raises Hope Among Experts For More Progress Against Disease

The Independent: How a new tuberculosis drug could stop one of the world’s deadliest diseases
“…A new drug course, lasting just one month, is just as effective as longer regimens at preventing TB, scientists reported earlier this year. The results have left experts hoping for new progress against a disease that has been an intractable enemy for centuries…” (Mandavilli, 10/7).

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