The Fight Against Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis
A look at efforts to stem the pandemic that is sweeping countries from Lesotho to Russia
What's the Rx for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis? Hard Work--And Imagination
A rising star in public health is showing the world that the deadliest strains of tuberculosis can be treated anywhere
New Tactics in the Fight against Tuberculosis
The pandemic is growing in many places, and strains resistant to all existing drugs are emerging. To fight back, biologists are applying a host of cutting-edge drug development strategies...
Infected and Imprisoned: Tuberculosis in a Siberian Jail [Slide Show]
The plight of inmates with TB in Russia's Tomsk Province
Tuberculosis, The Unromantic Killer
Tuberculosis has never stopped being one of the world's most lethal infections
Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis in Russia
Merrill Goozner traveled to Siberia to find out if rising rates of MDR-TB in Russia can be curbed
Ancient Bones Hold TB Clues
A team of Israeli, Palestinian and German scientists is analyzing DNA from human remains that date back to the ancient city of Jericho to try to understand more about the origins of tuberculosis...
Tuberculosis conspires with HIV to make the disease worse
In Africa, patients and doctors battle the double whammy of AIDS and TB
Could IMF Loans Be Causing TB Deaths?
Why loans to post-Soviet countries might have health consequences here
A Breath of Fresh Air: To Fight Tuberculosis, Open a Window
Higher ceilings and bigger windows might be simple fixes for fighting tuberculosis in hospitals strapped for cash