I was wondering what kind of possibilities could come from using an inhaler to treat the lung infection TB. Usually you have to take a meal of pills for months to rid yourself of the infection, and people forget to finish their course.
I would like to discuss what advantages/disadvantages could come from using an inhaler for the administering of TB drugs (which has relevant context in Africa because it is so widespread) like cost or ease of use.
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Eh. I'm a TB carrier. I can't get hurt by it nor pass it to people to hurt them. But I like this since no one can die from it if I'm involved. Shrug
But yeah TB is technically deadly so please be careful especially if you're not a carrier like me (since Ukrainians are mostly carriers) because then you're in grave danger and those around you. A person with TB could simply cough near someone and kill them.
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