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Laszlo Fonyad

It would be nice to know how the TB infection was diagnosed. If they only found some DNA parts that is not enough to say tuberculotic. Eg. PCR is not reliable as it is "too sensitive" and many false positive events occur. I do not say they were not precise enough, of course, but were there caverns and scars in the lungs or any other pathological evidences? Actually I am from Hungary so I try to look it up somewhere.

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