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When a person inhales the droplets of the TB germ in the air, he becomes infected with the bacteria. The initial infection is not associated with any symptoms. But infection does not denote disease. The germs are harbored in the body and they lie in the dormant state. Ten percent of the people who harbor the infection develop the disease in a time span of 60 years.
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