Diabetes, tuberculosis, cancer of the stomach, tumor of the brain.
So far as tuberculosis is concerned, nothing seems to be definitely proved.
That chief danger looms from two things: tuberculosis and whisky.
Perhaps as great a cause of the spread of tuberculosis is the change in clothing.
Tuberculosis and rickets carried on their evil work unchecked.
Induration of the lungs (tuberculosis) was regarded as incurable.
It is quite subject to the attack of tuberculosis, or "hip-joint disease."
The cure for tuberculosis is not in the destruction of houses but in ventilation.
Tuberculosis of the lungs not infrequently follows in the wake of measles.
It is376 needless to say she should be free from tuberculosis and other diseases.