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This 2-page document provides information on latent TB infection, what a positive TB skin or blood test means, latent TB infection treatment, and various myths and fears about latent TB infection.

General Public

This handout provides general information on extrapulmonary TB. Topics covered include symptoms of extrapulmonary TB, how to keep friends and family safe, and how extrapulmonary TB is treated.

General Public Persons with TB

This series of patient education fact sheets provides information on drugs used in the treatment of TB (e.g., Clofazimine, Ethambutol, Ethionamide, Isoniazid, Levofloxacin, Moxifloxacin, PASER [p-aminosalicylic acid granules], Pyrazinamide, Pyridoxine, Rifabutin, Rifampin, Streptomycin). The fact sheets include information on medication side effects, actions to take if side effects occur, and instructions in the event a dose of medication is missed.


This multi-lingual, animated video on TB and latent TB infection provides general information using simple messages on how TB is transmitted, the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease as well as what people can do.

General Public Persons With LTBI

This online video describes what TB is and how it is spread. It explains that although TB affects people worldwide, it can be prevented, treated, and cured. The video also identifies individuals who are at risk for TB and emphasizes that they should take the TB skin test.

General Public

This brochure indicates that although TB affects people worldwide, it can be prevented, treated, and cured. The brochure also lists the symptoms of TB and those individuals who are at risk for TB.

General Public