Denver Public Health
The TB contact investigation continues at Metro State University in Denver after students, faculty and staff may have been exposed to someone sick with tuberculosis.
CBS4 has learned approximately 100 students, faculty and staff may have recently been exposed to someone sick with tuberculosis at Metro State University.
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A student at the University of Denver has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.