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It talks about the different remedies that different philosophers and physicians came about that have been revised. Tuberculosis, also known as “the white plague,” (The history of tuberculosis 2) is a silent and unknown prehistoric air borne disease that quickly spreads and kills nearly two million people worldwide (Tuberculosis-Revolution). Today, tuberculosis is the most deadly disease known to man, more deadly than HIV/AIDS. Despite advances in treatment, TB is a global pandemic, fueled by the spread of HIV/AIDS, poverty, a lack of health services and the emergence of drug-resistant strains of the bacterium (Tuberulosis-revolution Health). However, TB has an unknown past, and in order to understand tuberculosis, one must know its history.
During his presidency, Roosevelt led the United States through the worst crises of the century, The Great Depression and World War II (Britannica School). Roosevelt was very likable and many of people thought of him as a father figure(Burns). Before he was elected into office, Roosevelt was diagnosed with polio and was the first president with a major disability. Roosevelt was also the first president to use technology to give speeches. The speeches he gave were over the radio and called Fireside Chats.
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