How Is TB Caught?

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TB is contracted when a person with active TB, coughs, sneezes or spits and releases the bacterium responsible for causing it into the air, which other people may breathe thereby getting infected. Treatment for tuberculosis is usually through a combination of several different antibiotic drugs, which are administered for at least six months or sometimes for as long as 12 months.
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