St. Louis Zoo Asian Elephant Diagnosed With TuberculosisElephants sometimes get tuberculosis and can be treated successfully, according to the zoo, and she doesn’t pose an exposure risk to visitors.
SLU Researchers Receive Funding for TB TreatmentThe National Institutes of Health is funding Saint Louis University researchers to come up with a new and more effective treatment for drug resistant tuberculosis.
Knights of Columbus Honor North Korean MissionaryThe Knights of Columbus are meeting in St. Louis to honor a Maryknoll priest for his work in North Korea.
MDC Amps Up Measures to Prevent Spread of CWDThe Missouri Department of Conservation will now require hunters in 29 counties to take deer they have killed to a testing facility.
Woman With Deadly Form Of Tuberculosis Spent Time In MissouriHealth officials are trying to track down people who may have been in contact with a woman with a rare and deadly form of hard-to-treat tuberculosis.
Missouri Bill Requires Colleges To Have TB TestsUnder the legislation, any student who refuses to participate in the testing would not be able to enroll in classes.
A New Law to Fight the Spread of TBThe bill would grant local public health authorities or departments the power to require individuals they suspect are infected with TB to get treatment.
St. Louis Health Department Finds No Active Tuberculosis at Busch StadiumHealth Director says two more workers tested positive, but she's confident there are no active TB cases
Health Department Testing for Tuberculosis in Cardinal's OfficeHealth Department says "public not at risk."
St. Louis Zoo Elephant, Donna, Has TuberculosisZoo health experts say they detected disease early and can successfully treat it.