Alternative vaccination route protects against TB
A different approach to vaccination could stop hypersensitive rhesus monkeys from developing tuberculosis (TB). Researchers from the Biomedical Primate Research Centre (BPRC) have demonstrated that administration of the existing BCG vaccine via the airways instead of the skin can protect against TB. As far as is known, this is the first time that the protection of rhesus monkeys against infection with TB - by means of a preventive vaccine - has been documented. Nature Medicine, a prominent scientific magazine, published the BPRC article about this study this week.
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Civil society, countries and partners commit to step up action to end TB in the Western Pacific Region
25 January 2019, Seoul, Republic of Korea - An outcome statement to step up action to end TB was released outlining pledges of support from civil society, countries and partners.
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Tuberculosis survives by using host system against itself, study finds
Scientists have discovered that the pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) releases RNA into infected cells.
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Genetic mutation responsible for tuberculosis vulnerability
Scientists discovered a genetic variant that greatly increases a person's likelihood of developing tuberculosis. Their research elucidates how this mutation affects the immune system, and points to a possible treatment for people with the disease.
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Are we finally waking up to the threat from the world?s deadliest infectious disease?
The UN's first High-Level Meeting on tuberculosis is a positive step ? the way TB has been neglected is a scandal
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