This could be "the beginning of a resurgence," one expert warns.
On World Tuberculosis Day, four survivors reveal what it's like to have "airborne cancer."
He highlighted malaria and HIV/AIDS instead, the other two diseases the Global Fund was established to fight.
The leading infectious killer in the world has been around for centuries. When will the world eliminate tuberculosis?
Over 1.5 million people now die from tuberculosis a year, pushing it past AIDS.
But HIV/AIDS receives almost four times as much global funding.
Recently an unidentified person in NY was diagnosed with TB. While all students and staff were quickly and screened, one outraged mother angrily accused, "Shame on that person." But that shame is misplaced.
The world is on the cusp of an explosion of drug-resistant tuberculosis cases that could deluge hospitals and leave physicians