Illinoisans are fairing well, for the most part, when it comes to tuberculosis. The number of cases is at an all-time low and Mike Arbsi, with the state's Department of Public Health, says most cases show up in people from other countries.

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Arbsi says the state has implemented a program that closely monitors people who are infected with the bug. That's been a factor in reducing the number of cases from 372 in 2010 to 359 last year.



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