Mysterious outbreak of bone-eating TB resembles an ancestral form

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Tuberculosis is usually encountered as a disease of the lungs, but in 2% of cases in the U.S. it can also be found in the bones. The 9,000-year-old skeletons of some Egyptian mummies show signs of having tuberculosis infection in their bones, a painful condition that leaves the bones looking like they’ve been gnawed.

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