In my more than 13 years as a tuberculosis (TB) researcher and pediatrician, there is one prevailing trend that has increasingly troubled me: people, especially individuals in the U.S., like to believe that TB is no longer an important issue. This misperception is dangerous, especially when one accounts for its growing resistance to drugs and the difficulties of diagnosing and treating TB, especially in children.
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