World Tuberculosis Day: Better access to prevention and treatment is need of the hour  The News Minute

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It is important to know about a disease that is so common and so fatal. The disease definitely shows symptoms that one should take seriously, and start treatment as soon as possible.It is important to know about a disease that is so common and so fatal. The disease definitely shows symptoms that one should take seriously, and start treatment as soon as possible.

Each year, we commemorate World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic.Each year, we commemorate World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic.

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“Today, on World TB Day we reaffirm our commitment towards ensuring a TB-free society. This would greatly benefit the poor. Correct and complete treatment is the key to winning the battle against TB. I also salute the people and organisations strengthening the TB-free movement.”

Chowkidar Narendra Modi on Twitter: "Today, on World TB Day we reaffirm our commitment towards ensuring a TB-free society. This would greatly benefit the poor. Correct and complete treatment is the key to winning the battle against TB. I also salute the people and organisations strengthening the TB-free movement."

“On #WorldTBDay, let’s educate ourselves about TB prevention and control, and raise awareness of the challenges that hinder our progress toward the elimination of this devastating disease. It’s time that world leaders step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic.”

N Chandrababu Naidu on Twitter: "On #WorldTBDay, let’s educate ourselves about TB prevention and control, and raise awareness of the challenges that hinder our progress toward the elimination of this devastating disease. It’s time that world leaders step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic."

“#Tuberculosis is a curable disease with timely diagnosis and treatment. On #WorldTBDay let us reaffirm pledge to #EndTB which is a leading infectious killer across the world.”

Naveen Patnaik on Twitter: "#Tuberculosis is a curable disease with timely diagnosis and treatment. On #WorldTBDay let us reaffirm pledge to #EndTB which is a leading infectious killer across the world.… https://t.co/Q8mOJd8Oiz"

“On this #WorldTuberculosisDay, let us renew our efforts to end this serious disease. Early detection and complete treatment is needed to make world free from #Tuberculosis. I call for spreading awareness about its diagnosis and prevention to end the scourge of this disease.”

Ashok Gehlot on Twitter: "On this #WorldTuberculosisDay, let us renew our efforts to end this serious disease. Early detection and complete treatment is needed to make world free from #Tuberculosis. I call for spreading awareness about its diagnosis and prevention to end the scourge of this disease."

World Tuberculosis Day: Tuberculosis has the ability to severely damage the fallopian tubes, if not treated at the initial stage. It can further lead to serious health complications and also result in infertility, say experts.World Tuberculosis Day: Tuberculosis has the ability to severely damage the fallopian tubes, if not treated at the initial stage. It can further lead to serious health complications and also result in infertility, say experts.

World Tuberculosis Day: TB Can Cause Infertility In Women, Say Experts

New Delhi: Tuberculosis (TB) bacterium primarily affects the lungs, but can also spread and cause secondary infections to the uterus and even the fallopian tubes, which can reduce chances of...New Delhi: Tuberculosis (TB) bacterium primarily affects the lungs, but can also spread and cause secondary infections to the uterus and even the fallopian tubes, which can reduce chances of...

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New cases of TB in India dropped by 1.7% and deaths from the infection by 3% between 2016-17: WHO.New cases of TB in India dropped by 1.7% and deaths from the infection by 3% between 2016-17: WHO.

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