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How TB patients were beaten by police and jailed for skipping drugs

HEALTH & SCIENCE

After release from prison, his wife ran away with five children for five years for fear of being infected with TB.

How TB patients were beaten by police and jailed for skipping drugs

By Mercy Kahenda | 10 months ago

It is possible to have a world free of Tuberculosis by 2030

It is possible to have a world free of Tuberculosis by 2030

An estimated 140,000 Kenyans, including 8,393 children, contracted the disease in 2019

Eric Kneedler | 10 months ago

Patients reeling in agony as Kenya marks World TB Day

In March 2016, the High Court abolished imprisonment of TB patients who fail to take medicine

Saada Hassan | 1 year ago

Four ways to prevent Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis which is easily transmitted through the air when an infected person speaks, sneezes, laughs,

Washington Onyango | 3 years ago

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