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  1. Tuberculosis is a common infection and contagious disease caused by a bacterium that usually lodges in the lungs. These 4 minutes and 31 seconds give general information about this disease and provide an important message: TB is treatable and curable. The video also illustrates some significant...  
  2. TB is a treatable disease if you follow your doctor's treatment plan. If TB is not treated properly, TB bacteria can become resistant to one or multiple drugs used in treatment. When the bacteria become resistant to multiple drugs, it is known as multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (or MDR-TB)....  
  3. This animation describes ways to effectively manage active TB. Effective TB management begins with preventing its spread. TB management also involves detecting, diagnosing, and treating the condition. If TB is detected, you will want to be placed on a TB antibiotic treatment plan. This involves...  
  4. Tuberculosis (or TB) is a disease that mainly infects the lungs. Symptoms of active TB disease include a chronic bad cough, pain in the chest, or coughing up blood. However, some people who are infected with TB carry the bacteria but do not show these symptoms. They will appear perfectly healthy....  
  5. This animation describes the interactions between tuberculosis (or TB), the human immunodeficiency virus (or HIV), and your immune system. Becoming infected with TB if you are living with HIV can change the diagnosis and treatment for TB. Having TB and HIV together complicates the detection,...  
  6. Tuberculosis is a common infection and contagious disease caused by a bacterium that usually lodges in the lungs. This video gives general information about this disease and provide an important message: TB is treatable and curable. The video also illustrates some significant preventative...  
  7. Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease that mainly infects the lungs. Symptoms of active TB disease include a chronic bad cough, pain in the chest, or coughing up blood. However, some people who are infected with TB carry the bacteria but do not show these symptoms. They will appear perfectly healthy....  

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