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A library of resources for the prevention,
management, and elimination of TB.

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This guide is for people with tuberculosis (TB), people at risk for TB, and their caretakers. The guide contains information on what services you have the right to receive, as well as your rights related to TB prevention, testing, treatment, and care.
American Indian or Alaska Native persons Asian or Pacific Islander persons Community Leaders Health Educators/Communicators Hispanic or Latino persons Long-term Residential Care Providers Migrant Workers Non-U.S.-born persons People experiencing homelessness Social Service Providers
2018
The white paper, or policy document, outlines the strategic vision of NCHHSTP for reducing health disparities and promoting health equity among populations affected by these diseases. NCHHSTP is committed to promoting awareness, stakeholder and community engagement, and action on factors that can affect the nation and the world's health; to addressing these factors in the policy, practice, and research activities of NCHHSTP; and to building partnerships on every level.
Asian or Pacific Islander persons Non-U.S.-born persons Hispanic or Latino persons American Indian or Alaska Native persons Policy Makers
2010
This fact sheet discusses the BCG vaccine and TB and explains that TB can develop even if persons have been given the BCG vaccine.
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2003
This fact sheet provides basic information about TB and describes how TB is transmitted.
General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2003
This fact sheet explains how the tuberculin skin test is administered, how it works, and what it shows.
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2003