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Animal tuberculosis poses threat to human health: researchers

Animal Tuberculosis Poses Threat To Human Health Experts said animal tuberculosis is a greater threat to humans than previously believed. A report published Friday in the journal the Lancet Infectious Diseases called for action in battling zoonotic tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is one of the world’s...
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