The six-month Phase II information by lead investigator Douglas Losordo.

The new study led led by scientists from UCL and Tel-Aviv University and published today in PLoS One, how the TB bacterium has thousands of years millennia light and increases our understanding of how it may change in future.

The bones probably to be maternal and child were from Alit – Yam, a 9000 years old Pre – Pottery Neolithic village excavated excavated off the coast of Haifa, Israel submerged for thousands of years. Professor Israel Hershkovitz of Tel Aviv University’s Department of Anatomy, noticed the characteristic bone lesions that are signs of TB in skeletons from the settlement, one of the earliest with evidence of domesticated cattle.The six-month Phase II information by lead investigator Douglas Losordo, manager of the Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute and the Programme in Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine to Northwestern Memorial Hospital were presented. This study was sponsored from Baxter International Inc.

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