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What makes a patient asymptomatic to COVID-19?
Some scientists are confident that the immune system’s aggressive response to the virus is only part of the story.
This Tiny Bot Glows To Diagnose Tuberculosis
Much faster than the existing test
Tuberculosis’ Game Of Hide And Tweak
Researchers have uncovered a new way Mycobacterium tuberculosis may gain antibiotic resistance
Tuberculosis-Resistant Cows Engineered In China
A possible solution for one of the worst diseases affecting cattle
Big Pic: Ho Ho Ho, Don’t Forget About Tuberculosis!
Beautifully illustrated ads for Christmas seals are a reminder of a time when tuberculosis plagued American and European cities.
Giant Rats Can Detect Tuberculosis With Greater Accuracy than a Microscope Test
Dr. Rat will sniff you now
By Swapping in Genes from Polar-Dwelling Microbes, Researchers Create Temperature-Sensitive Vaccines
We’re going to try to avoid using the adjective “cool” to describe this neat little biomedical trick: researchers at the … Continued
Tiny Chip Made of Paper Diagnoses Diseases and Costs Just a Penny
Puts medical diagnostic tools at the fingertips of everyday folk
Inhalable Chocolate Paves the Way for a Safer TB Vaccine
In 2007, David Edwards, a biomedical engineer at Harvard University, gave his students a project: Develop a way to inhale … Continued
Highest Levels Yet of Highly-Resistant TB CASES
The number of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis cases may be rising even faster than we realize