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New Resource: CDC Updated Questions & Answers About Tuberculosis Pamphlet

Aug 17, 2021 | Kimberly Nalley

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE), released an updated Questions & Answers About Tuberculosis pamphlet. This publication is available online and can be downloaded from the DTBE website. The pamphlet is also available for download in Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

Since 1994, the Questions & Answers About Tuberculosis pamphlet has been a key patient education resource for answering common questions about tuberculosis. The 2021 edition has a new look with updated, basic information on TB infection and TB disease. Key audiences for this pamphlet include people with or at risk for TB; people who may have been exposed to someone with TB; people who provide services for those at risk for TB, such as correctional officers, homeless shelter workers, and emergency responders; and people who want to learn more about tuberculosis.

Print copies of the English Questions & Answers About Tuberculosis pamphlet are available free of charge from CDC-Info on Demand Publications. For information on how to order print copies, please see the Publication Ordering Instructions. Print copies of the Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese pamphlets will be available soon.


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