Tuberculosis has killed more people in India over the ages as compared to the recent pandemic. And the plague continues. Why, despite health policies, is TB rampant in India? Is it malnutrition or social and political neglect? Is there a way to combat the epidemic? Is there a permanent cure? The two authors discuss the history of this disease, its boundless geography and the devastation to human lives.
Vidya Krishnan is a writer and journalist with two decades of experience in reporting on social justice and right to health.More Info
Kalpana Sharma is an independent journalist, columnist and author based in Mumbai.More Info