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Introduce yourself
« on: November 01, 2016, 09:13:55 AM »

I am auntiebiotic at present your only host here.  I am not medically trained but I hope you will see from this site I have learned a thing or two about tuberculosis through personal experience.
For some reason I decided to restart this site last night HALLOWEEN!.
The site first went online in 2002 and had as many changes since then.
I hope you find the site useful.

Please bear in mind the upkeep (hosting etc) for this site is funded entirely by me so if you have an adblocker PLEASE turn it off as this is my only income.

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 15:41:45 PM »
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Acid fastness The ability of the tubercle bacillus and other members of the genus Mycobacterium to retain certain dyes after treatment with a dilute mineral acid. This enables these bacteria to be detected by microscopical examination of sputum and other clinical specimens in which they are seen as red rods against a green or blue counterstain background.
Active TB TB bacteria are dividing and multiplying within an affected individualís body, causing tissue and organ damage. A person with active TB is likely to be or soon become symptomatic.

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