Rats can smell tuberculosis. Dogs can smell cancer. And now they're being trained to save your life.
A tenacious outbreak of tuberculosis in British Columbia demonstrates how using all the research tools available — not just the ones we're used to — is necessary to improve public health.
Tuberculosis and HIV are both high-profile global health scourges, but surprisingly little focus has been paid on treating them when they team up.
Indigenous African rats prove adept at sniffing out trouble for people.