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Active tuberculosis (TB) disease is treated with a combination of antibiotics. Successful treatment usually requires at least six months of therapy, without missing doses. People living with HIV also need to take HIV treatment, but it may be started a few weeks after TB treatment. Care is needed when taking TB and HIV treatment at the same time.

Pediatric TB – More Work Needed, Especially With HIV Coinfection

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Medscape (requires free registration)
11 March 2021

Should TB Treatment Move into Long-Acting Injectables?

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Contagion Live
11 March 2021

New Consortium Aims To Develop “Pan-TB” Treament Regimen

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Health Policy Watch
2 March 2020

Promising new tuberculosis drug approved, but will it be affordable?

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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
16 August 2019

Pulmonary TB can be cured with shorter treatment, study finds

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Eurekalert Inf Dis
6 November 2018

Could a New Universal Tuberculosis Regimen Help End the TB Pandemic?

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Infectious Disease Advisor
29 May 2018