TB may be treatable with common glaucoma medication

Scientists have discovered a compound found in many drugs prescribed for the treatment of glaucoma may also be effective against tuberculosis. They described how the sulfa-based compound ethoxzolamide switches off the TB bacterium's ability to evade the immune system. The research team is excited by their find because not only may the compound be able to prevent the spread of TB, it may also shorten the duration of treatment, and thus tackle the problem of drug resistance.
Source : www.medicalnewstoday.com      2015/8/2 08:57

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