... Intro: Tuberculosis is a deadly disease cause by an invading bacterium inside the body. It mostly affects the lungs, but can also spread to other parts of the body, such as the nervous system or the circulatory system. Over one third of the world’s population now had this virus, and the rate of new infections of the bacterium are reaching about one every second.
Out of the people infected with the disease, most of them will have it contracted in their lungs. Symptoms of the disease include a cough lasting for more than three weeks, chest pain, and even coughing up blood.
The disease is spread by people who have the disease when they either cough, sneeze, spit, or talk. One sneeze can send about 40,00...