Industrialization, World War I, Soviet Collapse Helped Spread of Drug-resistant Tuberculosis

Some of the drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) bacteria have spread from East Asia by industrialization, World War I and Soviet collapse. The migration waves have become more pronounced in spread of drug resistant TB over the past two centuries, owing to industrialization and urbanization, as well as episodes of widespread deprivation like World War I that brought infected and vulnerable people close together.
Source : www.medindia.net      2015/3/28 08:01

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