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TB claimed 29 in Mizoram last year

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AIZAWL, April 28 - At least 29 people died due to tuberculosis (TB) and as many as 2149 people were diagnosed with the disease in Mizoram last year, according to data tabled at a review meeting on tuberculosis control programme in Aizawl.

State Health Services Director H Lalchungnunga during the meeting said that around 2149 people were diagnosed with tuberculosis in Mizoram in 2016, of which 29 people died to the disease.

Besides, 204 people have been identified as those suffering from both TB and HIV and there were 45 multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) patients in the same year.

The meeting also revealed that around 1992 people have been examined during three months between January and March this year out of which 459 have been found to be suffering from TB.

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TB claimed 29 in Mizoram last year

AIZAWL, April 28 - At least 29 people died due to tuberculosis (TB) and as many as 2149 people were diagnosed with the disease in Mizoram last year, according to data tabled at a review meeting on tuberculosis control programme in Aizawl.

State Health Services Director H Lalchungnunga during the meeting said that around 2149 people were diagnosed with tuberculosis in Mizoram in 2016, of which 29 people died to the disease.

Besides, 204 people have been identified as those suffering from both TB and HIV and there were 45 multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) patients in the same year.

The meeting also revealed that around 1992 people have been examined during three months between January and March this year out of which 459 have been found to be suffering from TB.

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