Elementary school teacher Laura Hall figured that her lingering cough was a nasty cold. Then, doctors suggested it might be acid reflux or the flu. In reality, Laura was infected with tuberculosis (TB), a contagious lung ailment that remains one of the deadliest infectious diseases in the world.
Laura’s diagnosis eluded her health care team until it was almost too late. But, fortunately, intelligent diagnostics can help others avoid learning their lesson the hard way.
A Cough that Wouldn’t Quit