What you need to know about tuberculosis

The World Health Organization counts the number of new TB cases seen from 2017

Published 4:11 PM, April 23, 2019

Updated 4:12 PM, April 23, 2019

KILLER DISEASE. Filipinos The World Health Organization recorded as 1.6 million deaths due to tuberculosis in 2017. Of these were some 25,000 Filipinos.

KILLER DISEASE. Filipinos The World Health Organization recorded as 1.6 million deaths due to tuberculosis in 2017. Of these were some 25,000 Filipinos.

MANILA, Philippines – Though it kills millions of people years and over

Latest data from the World Health Organization (WHO) t

National tuberculosis prevalence survey, about a million t

In Philippines and the South Africa. T

Meanwhile, it 's the disease. (C), in the Philippines and worldwide.

The disease is about 1.6 million people worldwide. T

TB is the top infectious killer worldwide – killing more people than HIV-AIDS – the Philippines epidemic by 2030.

TOP COUNTRIES. In 2017, according to the WHO. Screenshot from WHO 2018 Global TB report

TOP COUNTRIES. In 2017, according to the WHO. Screenshot from WHO 2018 Global TB report

In line with this, in the case of TB.

Not all infectious diseases can be found. So what exactly is tuberculosis and why is the Philippines trying to stamp it out?

Here's what you need to know. Bacteria. Kidney, bones, and liver, among others.

How is it spread? When infected people cough, sneeze, or spit. According to the WHO, to be infected with TB.

Not infected with the TB bacteria becomes sick. The WHO says those infected with the disease. TB and active TB.

Nt and with with with with When a person is active, they become ill with the disease.

INFECTIOUS DISEASE. Tuberculosis samples under the microscope in a laboratory. File photo by Rodger Bosch / AFP

INFECTIOUS DISEASE. Tuberculosis samples under the microscope in a laboratory. File photo by Rodger Bosch / AFP

What are its symptoms? Back to the United States Center for Disease Control, TB bacteria usually grow in t

  • 3 weeks longer
  • Chest pain
  • Coughing up blood or sputum (phlegm from deep inside the lungs)
  • Weight loss
  • Fever
  • Night sweats

Individuals with weakened immune systems, including people living with HIV.

ACCORDING to the DOH, the top 3 Most groups vulnerable to TB in the Philippines are Males and Smokers, elderly, and Those Were Previously treated Verity.

TREATMENT. Both the WHO and the uninterrupted treatment system. Photo from Shutterstock

TREATMENT. Both the WHO and the uninterrupted treatment system. Photo from Shutterstock

How to prevent the disease? Bovine TB is preventable and curable. The DOH's National Tuberculosis Control program usually recommended that patients infected with TB complete.

It 's important to make a drug – resistant TB, which is harder to cure.

As early as 2014, the DOH has already been found in the Philippines. The WHO t

If left untreated, TB can be fatal.

Lives endangered: In the Philippines, TB remains a major public health concern.

In a speech to the UN New York headquarters in September 2018, in the healthiest countries in Asia.

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11% tbenefits of the disease . – Rappler.com

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