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It is one of the top 10 causes of deaths worldwide and the world’s deadliest infectious disease in The past 200 years it has killed more than 1 billion people more than malaria HIV and AIDS influenza cholera and the plague combined in ancient Greece It was called ‘the isis tabbies in ancient rome and scotch up earth in ancient. Hebrew It was also called the white plague and the captain of all these men of death before being given its official name tuberculosis or TB for short Numbers are less drastic than they used to be but still 10 million people in 2017 fell ill with it and 1.6 million people died from it including 230,000 children that is over 4,000 humans every day TB still exists and drug resistance is a continued threat So what is it? How does it work? And what is being done to combat the disease? Two billion people or one quarter of the population of the world has TB in latent form this means they have been infected with it, but are not ill with a disease and cannot transmit it a Person infected with TB has a five to fifteen percent chance of it turning active and getting ill with it in their lifetime People have a much higher risk of getting ill if they have a compromised immune system those with malnutrition Diabetes or HIV for example children pregnant women and the elderly also are at a higher risk So what is it TB is a disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis This bacterium primarily infects the lungs but it can also spread to other organs a Person with active TB in their lungs can spread germs through the air when they cough sneeze or spit Just a few germs are enough to infect a person if you inhaled the bacteria by another person it travels down to the lungs where it will begin to multiply your Body’s defense system will engage engulf and transport the bacteria to lymph nodes and try to kill or neutralize the bacteria Most healthy people will kill the bacteria And have no symptoms afterwards if your defense system can’t kill the bacteria, but contains it This is when it is classed as latent if the bacteria Overwhelmed the defense in the lungs and it is not contained. This will then be classed as active and you will become ill Even in the latent state the bacteria are dormant and can activate and spread in months or even years later Having a low immune system as mentioned before heightens the risk This is especially true in young children who do not have a fully developed immune system for people with HIV Typical symptoms of someone infected are a persistent cough lasting more than three weeks blood when coughing a high temperature night sweats weight loss loss of appetite Swelling in the neck If you or anyone, you know coughs up blood or has any of these symptoms for three weeks or more You should see a doctor as soon as possible There are areas known as the thirty high burden areas where it is most common eighty seven percent of new cases in 2017 occurred in these countries and Two-thirds of these were from eight countries alone These are India China Indonesia the Philippines Pakistan Nigeria Bangladesh and South Africa Overall 95 percent of cases and deaths are in developing countries The vast majority of TB cases can be cured when medicines are available and administered properly Infants in countries with high infection rates are often given the bacillus Calmette gain vaccine or BCG But generally because of underfunding many infants are not and many adults go undiagnosed with TB until it is too late without proper treatment 45% of people if you get TB will die and nearly all of those who are hiv-positive will die Smoking also significantly increases the risk of getting infected and dying from it 8% of cases worldwide are connected to smoking When diagnosed the standard course of treatment is six months of four antimicrobial drugs, which is normally enough to cure the patient fully From 2000 to 2017 an estimated 54 million humans were diagnosed treated and saved from TB drug-resistant strains of TB are rising and in 2017 approximately five hundred and fifty-eight thousand new cases with resistance to rifampicin the most effective first line drug 85% of people resistant to this drug were also resistant to the common alternatives There are limited resources to the second line of treatment which can require two years of chemotherapy and medicines that are expensive Toxic and not always readily available Many cases have even more severe resistance to drugs leaving them. No further treatment options at all It is estimated that 3.5 billion US dollars are needed per year to fill the resource gap for implementing even the existing TB intervention research is ongoing to find new ways to treat drug-resistant TB and a few promising drugs are starting to emerge but More research and development is needed Some companies doing this development can be found in the description Volunteers are often the frontline in helping and more are needed to diagnose and administer drugs that help save lives all over the world Awareness is also important the more people know of the symptoms and how to react the higher chance of lives being saved watching and sharing videos like this following and supporting charities and Organizations that are on the ground helping humans overcome the deadliest infectious Disease in the world and also are trying to hold individual countries governments accountable if you have any thoughts on this video and a topic of TB Please let us know below and if you appreciate videos raising awareness for human causes like this, please subscribe for more


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  2. Beautiful animation. It's beyond me why you guys don't still have at least a hundred thousand subscribers, keep up the good work! 😀

  3. How can you even compare coronavirus 2tb when this thing barely came out last month? And has killed unofficially numbers that we don't know and are sickening mini that we don't know.

  4. Malaria is even worse!….but why should they care about the poor countries and people….we are their petri-dishes!…According to a documentary I watched, 500 people die every 3 minutes in Africa countries of malaria….no videos gone viral about that!…why?….because it is not China, USA or Russia…..

  5. Interesting. So the death rate of TB is about 45%. Have you checked out rabies? Far as I know it's the only one with a 100% death rate.
    And No, No🐧🐧🐧for you. Oh wait…. Never mind. :p

  6. #coronavirusupdatesfromindia
    Total Infected Cases – 43,101
    Total Death Tolls – 1,018
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    China – Infected Cases = 42,638
    Death cases = 1016
    Japan – Infected Cases = 161
    Death cases = 0


    NOV'EL: 1. New; of recent origin or intorduction; not ancient; hence, unusual; as a novel heresy; novel opinions. The proceedings of the court were novel 2. In the civil law, the novel constitutions are those which are supplemental to the code, and posterior in time to the other books. These contained new decrees of successive emperors. 3. {“In the common law, the (ASSIZE) of novel (DISSEIZIN) is an action in which the demandant recites a complaint of the disseizin in terms of direct (AVERMENT), whereupon the sheriff is commanded to (RESEIZE) the land and (CHATTELS) thereon, and keep the same in custody till the arrival of the justices of assize.”}


    AVERMENT: 1. Affirmation; positive assertion; the act of averring. 2. Verification; establishment by evidence. 3. In pleading, an offer of either party to justify or prove what he alleges. In any stage of pleadings, when either party advances new matter, he avers it to be true, and concludes with these words, 'and this he is ready to verify.' This is called an averment. RESE'IZE: [re and seize.] 1. To seize again; to seize a second time. 2. In law, to take possession of lands and tenements which have been disseized. [The devil and his seed comes to steal! A big fat stinking rat!!!]

    CHATTELS: chatl. Primarily, any article of movable goods. In modern usage, the word chattels comprehends all goods, movable or immovable, except such as have the nature of freehold. Chattels are real or personal. Chattels real, are such as concern or savor of the realty, as a term for years of land, ward-ships in chivalry, the next presentation to a church, estates by statute merchant, elegit and the like. Chattels personal, are things movable, as animals, furniture of a house, jewels, corn, etc. ELEGIT: [Latin eligo, elegi, to choose.] A writ of execution, by which a defendant's goods are apprized, and delivered to the plaintiff, and if not sufficient to satisfy the debt, one moiety of his lands are delivered, to be held till the debt is paid by the rents and profits. [Slavery!] 1. The title to estate by elegit.

    INCORPOREAL: [Latin incorporalis, incorporeus.] Not consisting of matter; not having a material body; immaterial. Spirits are deemed incorporeal substances. HEREDITAMENT: [Latin haeres, haeredium. See HEIR.] Any species of property that may be inherited; lands, tenements, any thing corporeal or incorporeal, real, personal or mixed, that may descend to an heir. A corporeal hereditament is visible and tangible; an incorporeal hereditament is an ideal right, existing in contemplation of law, issuing out of substantial corporeal property.

    DEPRIVATION: 1. The act of depriving; a taking away. 2. A state of being deprived; loss; want; bereavement by loss of friends or of goods. 3. In law, the act of divesting a bishop or other clergyman of his spiritual promotion or dignity; the taking away of a preferment; deposition. This is of two kinds; a beneficio, and ab officio. The former is the deprivation of a minister of his living or preferment; the latter, of his order, and otherwise called deposition or degradation.

    SE‘ZIN: 1. In law, possession. Seizin is of two sorts, seizin in deed or fact, and seizin in law. Seizin in fact or deed, is actual or corporal possession; seizin in law, is when something is done in which the law accounts possession or seizin, as enrollment, or when lands decend to an heir, but he has not yet entered on them. In this case, the law considers the heir as seized of the setate, and the person who wrongfully enters on the land is accounted a disseizor. 2. The act of taking possession. [Not used except in law.] 3. The thing possessed; possession. Livery of seizin. [See Livery.] Primer of seizin. [See Seizin.]

    NOVEL: Roman Law. an imperial enactment subsequent and supplementary to an imperial compilation and codification of authoritative legal materials. Usually Novels, imperial enactments subsequent to the promulgation of Justinian's Code and supplementary to it: one of the four divisions of the Corpus Juris Civilis. Civil Law. An amendment to a statute. Roman law a new decree or an amendment to an existing statute. See also Novels noun, a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes.

    Origin of novel 3 1605–15; [“< Late Latin novella (constitūtiō) a new (regulation, order).”] See novel2. Word Origin for Novels: Latin Novellae (constitūtiōnēs) new (laws). NOVEL: of a kind not seen before; fresh; new; originala novel suggestion. Word Origin for novel: C15: from Latin novellus new, diminutive of novus new. British Dictionary definitions for novels (4 of 4) Novel 3: / (ˈnɒvəl) / noun; Roman law a new decree or an amendment to an existing statute.

    {“And all the above came from the simple word NOVEL; imagine that, now look up CORONA!”}

    {“COME TO TAKE A SPOIL?”} SPOIL: [Latin , to pull asunder, to tear, to strip, to peel.] 1. To plunder; to strip by violence; to rob; with of; as, to spoil one of his goods or possessions. 2. To seize by violence; to take by force; as, to spoil ones goods. 3. To corrupt; to cause to decay and perish. 4. To corrupt; to vitiate; to mar. Spiritual pride spoils many graces. 5. To ruin; to destroy. Our crops are sometimes spoiled by insects. 6. To render useless by injury; as, to spoil paper by wetting it. 7. To injure fatally; as, to spoil the eyes by reading. SPOIL, verb intransitive

    1. To practice plunder or robbery. –Outlaws which, lurking in woods, used to break forth to rob and spoil 2. To decay; to lose the valuable qualities; to be corrupted; as, fruit will soon spoil in warm weather. SPOIL, noun [Latin] 1. That which is taken from others by violence; particularly in war, the plunder taken from an enemy; pillage; booty. 2. That which is gained by strength or effort. 3. That which is taken from another without license. 4. The act or practice of plundering; robbery; waste. The man that hath not music in himself, nor is not movd with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils. 5. Corruption; cause of corruption. Villainous company hath been the spoil of me. 6. The slough or cast skin of a {“serpent”} or other animal.

    As IT IS WRITTEN in Almighty God’s last will and testaments, and a testament is a witness; therefore the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible, THE WICKED SHALL NOT INHERIT THE EARTH!!! And who shall disannul the Word and Will of Almighty God? NONE; NO, NOT ONE! It is written and it shall stand!

  8. To be fair.. the numbers are agrivated quite heavily by the susceptibility of the millions of immunocompromised people.. mostly in Africa…. Never hear of someone dying of aids.. it's usually TB or some other infection.

  9. Another great video, you don’t think I’ll catch it by watching the video do you ha! Seem to be picking everything up lately 😉

  10. I have thoughts about TB. I believe that the new vaccination schedule is responsible for the out break, they are blaming vaping. The respiratory distress causing death among our youth is human bodies response to the second dose of TB. The deaths from respiratory distress happening to travelers right now is also being blamed on (Corona) virus which is in reality the bodies response to a second dose of TB. This has been going on for years. Only now numbers are being tracked. Wake up. TB is man inflicted. Population control is just another term for murder, genocide, theft of life by pirates.

  11. HIV is consumption end stage. They say sexually transmitted, because when people are experiencing climax heavy deep breathing is involved. This is also how TB is spread. By claiming the disease is sexually transmitted, is only to get people to go along with accepting responsibility for their illness. TB is a 🔥 fire being fanned and directed by mankind.

  12. Love your videos every time!!! I've been off from youtube for a while, but now I'm ready to bingewatch them. Thank you, keep it up!!! 💕✨

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