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On World Tuberculosis Day, Someone Will Die Every 21 Seconds

This highly contagious respiratory disease is silently killing Africans at a troubling rate. The United Nations has 10 years to reach its goal of drastically reducing the number of infections.

On World Tuberculosis Day, Someone Will Die Every 21 Seconds
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