"Tuberculosis" is a pathology caused by bacterial infection that targets the respiratory system when nodes or "tubercles" form especially in lung tissues.
Some reasons we look at "Tuberculosis" include learn more about how to treat the disease, prevent its spread and ultimately to conquer this disease.
A few scholars of "Tuberculosis" include Dr. Robert Koch, a nobel winning German microbiologist and physician who first identified the bacteria specific to tuberculosis, and Drs. Guerin and Calmette who in 1906 developed the first inoculation that was successful against the disease. who.
studying the incubation period of the disease, prevention of the spread of tuberculosis, and how to test for the presence of tuberculosis in a wide population are a few categories of "Tuberculosis".