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...s already a disadvantage in the world. There are so many social inequality in the world that involves this infectious disease and many other infectious diseases.
Even though there has been this decrease in the United States for cases that are reported, tuberculosis is this global threat for the world and that has a lot to do with the social inequality it has on many people the world. Even though it was originated a long time ago, social inequality will always play a part in society. There is nothing that is going to change that disadvantage people have in the world because it is apart of the nature we have lived in. It is the social structure individual have created in the world. Even though there are many concerns for the situation of infectious diseases. Tuberculosis is one of a major concern for the world and it is something people need to keep there eye on.
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