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Monograph Series: The TBNet System


Excerpt from New Issue of Streamline: What to do when a patient with active TB leaves the country and stops treatment?

mcn streamline spring summer 2017


[Editor's Note: Picture this: A woman arrives in South America from the US, and heads to the doctor. She's midway through her treatment for active tuberculosis -- until the doctor tells her she's fine and can stop treatment early. 

James and His Brother: A Health Network Case Study on TB and HIV Co-Infection

In The Field: Deliana Garcia on Equitable Care for Immigrants Suffering From TB

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TB Net: Global Tuberculosis Management

LOGO: TBNet Logo"In the past six years of working for the TB Program of Health Service Region 8, TBNet has proven to be a valuable weapon in that battle against the spread of TB. The patients have and are now receiving the continuity of care that was lacking in those earlier years. Thank you for being a reliable resource.”

Hope V. Alvarado, R.N., B.S.N.
Department of State Health Services
Health Service Region 8


How To Eliminate TB Among Migrants: New Report Features Health Network Case Study


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2016 Tuberculosis & Migration Working Group Report

From the 2016 International Union Against Tuberculosis & Lung Disease Conference

MCN recognizes World TB Day

World Tuberculosis Day TB Net

The cause of tuberculosis was discovered on March 24, 1882 by Dr. Robert Koch. The disease is curable, yet according to the latest estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO),

Commited to a World Free of TB

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Many advances have occurred since March 24 of 1882, the day that Dr. Robert Koch discovered the cause of tuberculosis. There is still much left to do in order to eradicate this disease on a global level. For example:

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