World Tuberculosis Day
Volunteers from all over the world are making their communities aware of Tuberculosis(TB). Discovered in 1882, TB has risen to become one of the World's deadliest diseases. Although the numbers of people acquiring TB are declining, the World Health Organization(WHO) estimates that nine million people became ill with TB, and 1.5 million people died in 2013. Often termed the great imitator, the symptoms of TB include night sweats, chills, fever, cough and weight loss. The disease is pass through the air from person to person and it's onset can be insidious. However, TB is potentially preventable and curable.