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Historias personales sobre la tuberculosis

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Estas historias resaltan las experiencias personales de varias personas que fueron diagnosticadas y tratadas por la enfermedad de la tuberculosis, así como el trabajo de los profesionales de control de la tuberculosis.

TB Personal Stories

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These stories highlight the personal experiences of several people who were diagnosed and treated for TB disease, as well as the work of TB control professionals.

CureTB

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CureTB conecta a las personas con TB con los servicios de salud a medida que se mueven entre los Estados Unidos y otros países. Visite este sitio web para encontrar servicios y formularios de referencia para socios de salud pública que deseen presentar referencias a CureTB.

Economic Modeling for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB

This notice of funding opportunity announcement is to support epidemiologic and economic modeling of disease transmission to facilitate prevention effectiveness of public health interventions and support state and local disease prevention efforts. Disease transmission and cost-effectiveness models are important tools that can provide information needed to make decisions regarding implementation and prioritization of interventions targeting HIV, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, and school health.

HIV and Tuberculosis

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This fact sheet provides information on TB testing, diagnosis and treatment for people living with HIV.

CureTB

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CureTB connects people with TB to healthcare services as they move between the United States and other countries. Visit this website to find referral services and forms for public health partners who wish to submit referrals to CureTB.

HIV and Tuberculosis

People with HIV and latent TB infection need treatment for HIV and for latent TB infection as soon as possible to prevent them from developing TB disease. Unfortunately, some people with HIV do not know they are infected with TB. Similarly, some people with TB disease are unaware of their HIV status, although HIV status reporting for people with TB is improving. CDC recommends that anyone who has TB disease, is suspected of having TB disease, or is a contact of a TB patient be tested for HIV.

5 Things to Know About TB

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This CDC 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.

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