Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 9th, 1995
Peter Bretscher of Canada's University of Saskatchewan presented this theory at The Lancet Conference 1995, "The Challenge of Tuberculosis," held September 14 and 15 in Washington D.C.
"A standard vaccine against tuberculosis that is universally effective despite the genetic diversity of humans, would be the ideal means of preventing this disease," Bretscher wrote in an abstract presented at the conference.
"Past experience appears to hold little promise for...
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