Tuberculosis was a type of disease.
In 1492, one of Christopher Columbus' men was dying of tuberculosis. The Sixth Doctor was initially reluctant to cure him, but later changed his mind. (AUDIO: Trouble in Paradise)
In 1783, the patients at St Christophe were treated for tuberculosis. (PROSE: Dead of Winter)
In 1791, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died of tuberculosis. In an alternate timeline, he was cured and given immortality by one of his clones from the far future. (AUDIO: My Own Private Wolfgang)
On 10 November 1887, Doc Holliday died of tuberculosis in the sanatorium at Glenwood Springs, Colorado. (PROSE: The Gunfighters)
Some time before 1926, Lola Luna contracted tuberculosis. (AUDIO: The Magic Mousetrap)
Constance Clarke's father died of tuberculosis in Nyasaland prior to 1940. (AUDIO: Criss-Cross)
In 1958, Natjya Tungard contracted tuberculosis. (PROSE: Spiral Scratch)