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Scientists discover how tuberculosis hijacks the immune system

20:00 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(Trinity College Dublin) Scientists have unlocked a key element in understanding how human lungs fight tuberculosis (TB). They hope their research findings, which were published today in the international peer reviewed journal Immunity, will help pave the way towards new treatment approaches for TB, particularly in an era of increasing antibiotic resistance to TB.

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