DNA analysis shows that tuberculosis in northern Canada started with white settlements

A team of academic and governmental researchers in Canada has found that the ongoing tuberculosis epidemic in northern Canada got its start back in the early 1900's when the first white settlements were established. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes their genetic study of strains of the disease by collecting samples from infected people in many heavily impacted settlements and DNA analysis technique. The findings by the team confirm suspicions that the persistence of tuberculosis in northern Canada is due primarily to social conditions, which means that given the right attention, it should be controllable.
Source : http://medicalxpress.com      2015/10/25 11:33

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