- Drug-resistant TB is on the rise, with some strains immune to all major drugs
- Extensively resistant TB reported in 92 countries but is likely to be in many more
- About 450,000 new drug-resistant TB cases reported worldwide in 2012
- "It's probably in every country," says expert
(CNN)"Sometimes I ask myself, why me? Why did this have to happen again?" says 31-year-old Andile from the Khayelitsha township in Cape Town, South Africa. "But the problem is I could have got it anywhere, on the bus, in a taxi, in my work. It's everywhere."