April 2022

FindTBResources.cdc.gov is your one-stop site to find TB educational materials for patients and providers.

Think. Test. Treat TB PSA video,
from the CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination.
Also available in Vietnamese

Protect your family. Test for tuberculosis. (Print Ad), from the CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination.
Also available in Vietnamese

CDC recently launched Think. Test. Treat TB, the first national communications campaign to increase testing and treatment for latent tuberculosis (TB) infection in the United States.

The Think. Test. Treat TB campaign aims to raise awareness about latent TB infection, risk, and the link between latent TB infection and TB disease by encouraging Asian Americans and their healthcare providers to:

  • Think about the risk factors and talk about TB
  • Test for TB infection
  • Treat latent TB infection to prevent the development of TB disease

The campaign will initially reach individuals born in Vietnam or the Philippines, currently living in the Los Angeles and Seattle areas, and their healthcare providers. Campaign materials are also available for use nationwide.

The Think. Test. Treat TB website has free resources in multiple languages, including TB messages, digital and print resources, social media content, patient and provider education materials, and a partner toolkit.

For more information about this campaign, visit the Think. Test. Treat TB website.

The CDC U.S. TB Elimination Champions Project provides an opportunity to recognize accomplishments and learn best practices from individuals who are making significant contributions to eliminating TB in the United States.

As part of World TB Day observance activities, CDC recognized 8 U.S. TB Elimination Champions. The Champions adapted TB prevention and control activities to the changing healthcare landscape and ensured equitable access to TB services.

Visit the CDC website to check out the 2022 TB Champions, as well as past TB Champions.

Do you have TB education or training materials you would like to share? You can submit materials to our database electronically! For more information, visit findtbresources.cdc.gov

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