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Nanomedicine could revolutionise the way we treat TB. Here’s how

At present, TB patients have to take multiple pills a day, often with significant side effects. Image: REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

Admire Dube

Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of the Western Cape

Sarah D'Souza

Postdoctoral Fellow in the Tuberculosis Nanomedicine Research Group, University of the Western Cape

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