Your Messege:
Your Name:(Required)
 
Email Address:(Required)
 
Message:
 
 

FORUM
To view the weather click here.
WHO report: TB is more widespread than previously estimated WHO report: TB is more widespread than previously estimated
"following a concerted effort by countries, by WHO and by multiple partners, investment in national surveys and routine surveillance efforts has substantially increased."
2014/11/24
Scientists uncover a role for carbon monoxide in battling bacterial infections Scientists uncover a role for carbon monoxide in battling bacterial infections
Researchers describe a scenario in which carbon monoxide conducts reconnaissance for immune cells, working to detect the presence of bacteria and subsequently instigating a series of maneuvers that enable the immune cells to unleash their attack on the microbes
2014/11/19
Crucial mechanism driving colliding epidemics of smoking, TB unlocked by scientists Crucial mechanism driving colliding epidemics of smoking, TB unlocked by scientists
TB is an infectious disease that kills 1.5 million people each year, and smoking is the biggest driver of the global TB epidemic
2014/11/19
Tuberculosis: New weapons against multidrug resistance Tuberculosis: New weapons against multidrug resistance
Using a high-throughput screening assay, EPFL scientists have discovered two small molecules that could overcome the multidrug resistance of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis
2014/11/13
Successful short treatment against drug-resistant tuberculosis confirmed Successful short treatment against drug-resistant tuberculosis confirmed
The result of 10 years of collaboration between the Damien Foundation Belgium and the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp (ITM) could revolutionize global tuberculosis control.
2014/11/6
Testing for TB in the cattle herd Testing for TB in the cattle herd
Bovine TB is one of the most complex animal health problems currently facing the farming industry in England and Wales
2014/10/30
Epidemic: Killer TB Spreads As Research Plummets (Op-Ed) Epidemic: Killer TB Spreads As Research Plummets (Op-Ed)
Colleen Daniels, director for TB and HIV at the Treatment Action Group, contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.
2014/10/23
Tuberculosis infection may be underestimated among people taking corticosteroid pills Tuberculosis infection may be underestimated among people taking corticosteroid pills
Tuberculosis infection among people taking corticosteroid pills may be underestimated, new research suggests.
2014/10/16
Exploring the possibility of creating a TB vaccine based on the cell wall sulfolipid Exploring the possibility of creating a TB vaccine based on the cell wall sulfolipid
A new strategy which enables molecules to be disconnected essentially anywhere, even remote from functionality....
2014/10/9
Seals and sea lions likely spread tuberculosis to humans Seals and sea lions likely spread tuberculosis to humans
Tuberculosis is one of the most persistent and deadliest infectious diseases in the world, killing one to two million people each year.
2014/10/2
Timing of food intake could impact effectiveness of tuberculosis treatment Timing of food intake could impact effectiveness of tuberculosis treatment
The timing of food intake in the early phase of tuberculosis treatment could have a negative impact on the effectiveness of TB treatment.
2014/9/18
Bar code devised for bacteria that causes tuberculosis Bar code devised for bacteria that causes tuberculosis
The bacteria that cause the deadly respiratory disease have evolved into families of strains, or lineages, which may affect people differently
2014/9/11
Mycobacteria metabolism discovery may pave way for new TB drugs Mycobacteria metabolism discovery may pave way for new TB drugs
The mystery of why mycobacteria a family that includes the microbe that causes TB are extraordinarily hardy organisms is being unravelled by research that offers new hope for developing a revolutionary class of antibiotics to tackle TB
2014/9/4
Lung damage may be increased by host genetics in severe tuberculosis Lung damage may be increased by host genetics in severe tuberculosis
A third of the global population is infected with the bacterial pathogen, a mycobacterium, that causes tuberculosis (TB)
2014/8/28
Mycobacteria metabolism discovery may pave way for new TB drugs Mycobacteria metabolism discovery may pave way for new TB drugs
The mystery of why mycobacteria -- a family that includes the microbe that causes TB -- are extraordinarily hardy organisms is being unravelled by research that offers new hope for developing a revolutionary class of antibiotics to tackle TB
2014/8/21
Join The AASM
AASM log in page
Membership fee
Contact us
Links
2014 Nov 28
Last changed   2014/11/24
Webmaster manager@theaasm.org

Did you know that Aboalis Avicenne (980-1037)

was the first doctor who described three stages

for tuberculosis.  In his book

Canin  de La Medicine he named them as :

*.Stade de preinflammatoire

*.Stade de ulcere rongeant

*.Stade de Caverne


Copyright © 2011 AASM. All Rights Reserved.