December 2022 is your one-stop site to find TB educational materials for patients and providers.

So Many Numbers: How to Interpret QFT Results, from the Indiana State Department of Health.

肺外结核 [Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis], from the BC Centre for Disease Control.

2021 Tuberculosis (TB) Surveillance Report Now Available

Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2021, is now available exclusively online. The report describes information on TB disease reported to the CDC since 1993, with an emphasis on TB disease cases counted by the reporting jurisdiction in 2021 and the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on TB disease surveillance. CDC has created a slide set and graphics with highlights from the surveillance report to support TB education and outreach to clinicians, health care agencies, and community organizations.

World AIDS Day is Observed on December 1

Tuberculosis is a serious health threat, especially for people living with HIV. Without treatment, HIV and TB can work together to shorten lifespan. Fortunately, there are treatment options for people living with HIV who also have either latent TB infection or TB disease. To learn more about TB and HIV coinfection, visit the CDC TB website.

Looking for educational products on TB and HIV coinfection? Check out the following resources from the CDC TB website:

The materials can be downloaded on the CDC website. Print copies are also available for order through CDC-INFO On Demand - Publications.

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

Connect with CDC TB

To receive the Find TB Resources newsletter, enter your email address at the CDC Email Updates page.

You can follow CDC TB on Twitter @CDC_TB and Facebook @CDCTB