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About 700,000 of the TB cases and 200,000 deaths among people who are HIV positive occurred, the WHO reported. WHO Africa, Southeast Asia and Western Pacific accounted for 83 percent of total cases reported. The African region has 363 cases per 100,000 people, the world’s highest incidence rate per capita, said the report. It was noted that China, Indonesia, Nigeria and South Africa. Topped the list in absolute numbers of TB cases Information is based on from from 202 countries and territories provided.The study was COPD COPD Clinical Research Network an NHLBI – financed consortium of research institutes in the U.S. To study new care for COPD, done.

The researchers measured the levels of influenza – specific T cells in both organs, and found a large number of cells in the spleen, and both lungs of the stressed mice.While the mice in the study were infected with the same strain of flu again, there is a good chance that a person would not catch the same strain again, because influenza viruses mutate constantly.However, the T cells were created during the initial infection can often respond to and attack variations of the same virus, said Padgett. Memory applies to a particular virus for a lifetime, but the chance that someone drops by the same virus are infected with time, he said. Even the antibodies wrote develop with the first sickness often recognizes others, unrelated strains ..