TB and Sanatoria (3.2)

  • Biggest 19th century killer
  • spread by overcrowded and poorly ventilated conditions 
  • Oldham - local medical officer of health ordered leafleting of all houses, warning that TB was highly infectious. It forbade spitting in public places and railway carriages. The local authority


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