World Tuberculosis (TB) Day

ResultsinHealth supports the Stop TB partnership in its calls to quadruple funding for the fight against Tuberculosis (TB). 

The world is failing the TB response, and increased funding for TB prevention is needed, particularly to counter the setbacks in TB control caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. TB prevention and treatment should adopt a patient-centered perspective to ensure that the services reach those who are in greatest need.  In addition, efforts should be made to address TB prevention and treatment for the refugees and internally displaced people due to the war in Ukraine.

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