Wrap-up of World TB Day 2019

Tuberculosis—a preventable and curable disease— has the infamous title of being the leading infectious disease killer in the world. It now kills more people than HIV & AIDS. In 2017, 10 million fell ill with TB and needed treatment, including one million children, 3.2 million women and 5.8 million men (according...

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Save The Date – World TB Day Event

IT’S TIME TO KEEP THE PROMISES MADE AT THE UN HIGH LEVEL MEETING ON TB! – Learn about tuberculosis, the most deadly infectious disease – Hear from experts about the latest research developments – Hear what it’s like to experience TB from TB survivors – Find out how Australia is...

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Be a part of our World TB Day campaign

World TB Day, Social Media Pledge, 2019

Be a part of our World TB Day social media campaign. World TB Day on Sunday March 24 highlighted the global epidemic of tuberculosis (TB) and the efforts made to eliminate the disease.   At present, an estimated one million Australians live with latent (non-infectious) TB. 1.6 million people globally died...

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World TB Day Media Release 2018

Can you name the world’s leading infectious disease killer? What is the infectious disease that kills the most people? It also surpassed HIV & AIDS in 2016 by killing 1.7 million people and making 10.4 million people sick. “The answer is tuberculosis (TB) which surprises most people. TB is a disease most Australians don’t...

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