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Effective treatments have existed since the 1940s, alleviating in some parts of the world what was once a death sentence. A new report from the World Health Organization shows that in 2016, the global success rate of treatment was 82 percent; the incidence rate is declining; and the share of people with TB who die from it is down to 16 percent, compared with 23 percent in 2000. Yet even with this progress, the alarming fact is that millions of infected people remain undetected and untreated. According to the WHO, there were some 10 million new cases of tuberculosis in 2017, but only about 6.4 million were reported to national authorities and the WHO. That means 3.6 million people may be overlooked. Although a portion may be due to data uncertainties, there can be no doubt that real people are falling through the cracks without quality treatment. These are often the most vulnerable populations: isolated by geography, severe poverty and social stigma. Of the 3.6 million gap, 10 countries make up most of the problem. The top three are India, Indonesia and Nigeria.
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— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) September 20, 2018 If you tried to make this argument as a high school debate team member, you’d be kicked off the team. It’s a weak “guilt by association” technique poorly bolstered by sexism and class envy. At least this loser showed some restraint and declined to play the race card. https://t.co/Q95dOX2aJC — H.P. Loveshaft (@HLoveshaft) September 20, 2018 So now we’re stereotyping people who went to schools “down the road” from someone. Okay? Or we can take the claims for face value, gather all facts, listen to both sides and provide due process for each party https://t.co/BXaY9KXudv — Cody Maggard (@CodyMaggard10) September 20, 2018 Let’s be very clear here: “He went to a prep school so he’s probably guilty” is basically just the Woke version of “He’s from ***that*** part of town so he’s probably guilty.” https://t.co/Frl7MkuKsV — Jeremiah Stephan Dunleavy IV (@JerryDunleavy) September 20, 2018 Perspective: He’s from a bad neighborhood, so he’s probably guilty. These bad takes are going to flourish until some credible details are added to this accusation. https://t.co/9iIFLWnFoB — Michael Brendan Dougherty (@michaelbd) September 20, 2018 I’m so glad we get to judge everyone based on what they look like and the communities they came from again. It was just too much work to judge based on an individual’s overall personality and actions. https://t.co/bvVElcR4PN — Chris G (@ChrisGeeTwo) September 20, 2018 100% irrelevant to the validity of *this* accusation by *this* accuser who has accused *that* man of assaulting her.
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When Kyagulanyi arrived at Entebbe International Airport from the United States, police escorted him into a vehicle and whisked him to the capital Kampala where his whereabouts were for a time unknown, leading supporters for a while to fear he had been arrested. He had received medical treatment in the United States for injuries which he said were sustained during torture by security forces last month. The government has denied any mistreatment but says it is investigating. Supporters of Ugandan musician turned politician, Robert Kyagulanyi carry a mock gun as they chant slogans outside his home after he arrived from the U.S. in Kampala, Uganda September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Newton Nambwaya But Kyagulanyi later appeared atop a car outside his home in Kampala to address hundreds of cheering supporters. “I am resuming immediately … I am on the mission already, I am on the fight for freedom and liberty already,” he said, surrounded by throngs of people. Leaning on a cane, he said his “desire for liberty” was as strong as “the desire of the millions and millions of people in Uganda to be free.” Ugandans, he said, were “slaves in our own country”. His supporters had earlier in the day defied a heavy security presence and gathered at his residence to welcome him, but once he arrived by police escort, security forces did not attempt to stop crowds from gathering at his home. Many of his supporters wore red t-shirts and hats.