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

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This poster encourages people to buy queso fresco from safe sources. It was developed for and tested with low-literacy Spanish-speaking populations.
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2013

This 2-page resource is a conversation guide for patients about how to talk to healthcare providers about TB risk, understand the testing process, and discuss treatment options.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2022

This video provides information on how TB is spread. The video also explains how you can prevent the spread of TB.

General Public Persons with TB
2022

This fact sheet provides a detailed overview of the risk factors, testing process, and treatment options for inactive TB.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2022

This video provides a brief overview of TB infection. The video also explains what a person should do after being diagnosed with TB infection.

General Public Persons With LTBI
2022
The 2009 calendar in Spanish provides a message of TB awareness as well as a brief description of TB symptoms. Included with the calendar is a handout with the English translation, calendar usage suggestions, and printing instructions.
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2009
This video highlights the continuing problem of tuberculosis (TB) in the United States and encourages people to take action by visiting the CDC TB website and getting tested for TB infection if they are at risk.
General Public Health Professionals
2018

A fact sheet on active TB disease, including information on how TB is spread, TB tests, and directly observed therapy.

Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2020
This is a form for patients and case managers/health departments to sign indicating that they understand and agree to Directly Observed Therapy for treatment of TB.
Non-U.S.-born persons Hispanic or Latino persons Persons With LTBI
2008
This report provides a critical review of what is known about adherence to long-term therapies.This is achieved by looking beyond individual diseases. A broad range of policy options emerges by including communicable diseases such as tuberculosis and human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS), mental and neurological conditions such as depression and epilepsy, substance dependence (exemplified by smoking cessation), hypertension, asthma and palliative care for cancer.
Health Professionals Hispanic or Latino persons Managers and Supervisors Policy Makers
2003

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Spanish, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021
General information on traveling internationally for those at risk or have TB in Spanish.
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers Persons With LTBI
2008

The Stop TB poster can be used by TB programs and other healthcare settings to help educate people with TB, as well as people at risk for TB. The poster describes how TB is spread, explains the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease, includes symptoms of active TB disease, and highlights the importance of completing TB treatment to help stop TB...

Hispanic or Latino persons
2022
This fact sheet introduces the TB blood test, also called an Interferon Gamma Release Assay or IGRA.
General Public Persons With LTBI
2011
This book describes exposure, infection, disease, and death from TB using epidemiological data. It reviews statistics, including the number of TB cases, the duration of infection in these cases, and the number of case contact interactions per unit of time.
Health Professionals Hispanic or Latino persons International Agencies
1999