Scientists call for more drugs, vaccines for multidrug-resistant TB

05/18/2010 | Reuters

Spending on research and development of drugs and vaccines for multidrug-resistant strains of tuberculosis should be increased as MDR-TB starts to advance in some countries, scientists said. Additional vaccines, treatments and diagnostic tests could reduce the global incidence of TB by 94% by 2050, they said.

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