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Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the deadliest diseases worldwide, with 1,5 million fatalities every year along with potential devastating effects on society, families and individuals. To address this alarming burden, vaccines can play a fundamental role, even though to date no fully effective TB vaccine really exists. Current treatments involve several combinations of antibiotics administered to TB patients for up to two years, leading often to financial issues and reduced therapy adherence. AlongarXiv:1911.00325v1 fatcat:nvqq264fpjehfhpamq4hf6isee