II. Generic TB information (pathogenesis)
1. What it is?
2. How it came to be?
3. The TB classification system.
4. What are the statistics?
5. Where is it located?
6. The mechanisms of TB transmission
7. The TB pathogenesis
III. How it affects People
1. The elements that increase the likelihood of TB infection turning into TB disease.
2. What region is it most prevalent in, and where does it impact people the most?
3. Information and statistics on those affected, how it effects them, and survival rates
4. Why is it resistant to drugs?
IV. How is it being stopped?
1. Medication mangement/treatment options
2. Methods that have been successfuI