Title Tuberculosis: TB Can Spread To Food Through Milk-Based Animal Byproducts Media name/outlet HNGN, Headlines and Global News Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 23/12/15 Persons Adrian Muwonge Title How animals can give you tuberculosis Media name/outlet CNN Health Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 23/12/15 Description This article was written with Adrian Muwonge's contribution as the chair of the Zoonotic Subsection that organised the Symposia that all the interviewees presented at in Cape Town. Producer/Author Meera Senthilingam Persons Adrian Muwonge Title Bovine TB increasing in Nigerian cattle and livestock workers Media name/outlet Health 24 Media type Web Date 9/12/15 Description This article was published by Health 24, as part of the presentations made at the Zoonotic TB sub section that Adrian Muwonge chaired. Persons Adrian Muwonge Title India Splutters Against TB as New Challenges Erupt Worldwide Media name/outlet The Wire Media type Web Country/Territory India Date 6/12/15 Description Article on the new challenge in TB control, highlighting the high prevalence of Zoonotic TB, this was presented ay the Symposia in Cape town organised by Adrian Muwonge and the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases.
Cape Town: It will take another 200 years to rid the world of tuberculosis (TB) unless there’s a paradigm shift in the strategies to tackle this killer-disease. This was the message that stemmed from the ongoing 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health here, in South Africa.
Persons Adrian Muwonge Title Bovine TB, a major public health risk Media name/outlet SABC Media type Web Country/Territory South Africa Date 4/12/15 Description Article on Bovine tuberculosis covering aspects present in the Symposia organised by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, in Cape Town. Persons Adrian Muwonge
|Title||International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 46th Annual Conference|
|Location||Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa|
|Period||2 Dec 2015 → 6 Dec 2015|