The Clock is Ticking:It’s Time to END TB by Nibedita Rath

World TB day is observed on 24th of March every year. This year’s theme is “The Clock is Ticking”.

It 's Time To Use Covid-19 Innovations And Systems to Reimagine TB Care by Madhukar Pai

Even as the world comes to grips with the mounting death toll due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the WHO released its 2020

TB is a Serious Problem in India-Need More Awareness Creation Strategies by Moumita Koley

TB is a severe disease but people, in general, are uninformed. We brush off the TB related concerns as unrequired.

Vaccines for Tuberculosis by M S Jawahar

Vaccines have played a major role in our efforts to control many bacterial and viral infectious diseases.

M.Tuberculosis and HIV-Prolific Killers in Developing Countries are Syndemic Pathogens by M V Hosur

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infection accounts for the highest number of human deaths in low- and middle-income

Tuberculosis in Elephants and its Implications during COVID-19 by Rudrodip Majumdar

Tuberculosis in captive Asian elephants has been a subject of interest among the experts and practitioners for the pa

Ground Breaking Advancements in TB Treatment Regimen by Shingar and Pawan Sharma

A six-month-long duration of TB treatment under the DOTS programme is fraught with issues like non-compliance by pati