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Although TB may evoke Edgar Allen Poe and great literary giants who suffered from the disease in the past, there are more people infected now than at any time in history. Globally, especially in parts of Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, TB is growing more complex and difficult to diagnose and treat than ever. In the United States, the disease has been in decline since the 1960s when drugs to treat it became available, but the global epidemic's ability to impact our students, health workers and community members cannot be ignored.
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