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On World TB Day, PIH’s Dr. Mercedes Becerra published a groundbreaking paper on pediatric TB.
In Lesotho, a small mountainous country surrounded entirely by South Africa, it’s estimated that 633 out of every 100,000 people contract tuberculosis each year.
A Q&A with noted TB expert Carole Mitnick of Harvard Medical School.
A new lab in Lesotho will help staff diagnose tuberculosis sooner and conduct ongoing surveillance for TB throughout the country.
A new study confirms PIH's success rates in Lesotho are among the world's best for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
A dangerously emaciated girl in Lesotho is examined and treated at a specialized TB facility in an attempt to reverse her life-threatening condition.