TB Affects Millions of People
Tuberculosis is a major and complicated challenge that affects nearly 10 million people every year. If it is diagnosed in time, TB is generally curable within 6 months. Unfortunately, about one-third of patients fail to receive a quick, accurate diagnosis or effective treatment, making them more likely to die from this curable disease. With 1.8 million deaths every year, TB is the second most prevalent infectious cause of death.
If diagnosed in time, TB is curable within 6 months.
Solving the problem of tuberculosis requires a diagnostic solution that is affordable, quick, accurate and easy to implement in underdeveloped regions.