Fulton County increases funds to fight tuberculosis
by Ross Williams
03:17 PM, Wednesday, November 25
Tuberculosis is a major problem among Atlanta’s homeless population, officials say, and the disease has been spreading. “This is a national crisis and it’s been pointed to have originated right here,” said Fulton County Commission Vice Chair Liz H...

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