TB resistance: total, or still just extensive?
This article was originally published in Scrip
It's not hard to see why the World Health Organization is reluctant to adopt the term "totally drug resistant" (TDR) to describe the growing number of strains of tuberculosis that seem to be proving unresponsive to any kind of drug therapy.
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