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    Center for Tuberculosis Control and Prevention

    Credit: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v434/n7034/fig_tab/434709a_F1.html 

    The Maryland Center for Tuberculosis Control and Prevention provides leadership, policy development, and technical assistance to local health departments, health care providers, and other partners who contribute to the control and prevention of tuberculosis in Maryland. 

    The Maryland TB Center is also an active member of a national Center for Disease Control-funded Tuberculosis Epidemiologic Studies Consortium which conducts research toward the goal of eliminating tuberculosis in the Unit​ed States.​


    ​​Summer 2023

    Isoniazid (INH) Shortage Guidance

    Winter 2022

    ​​Winter 2021

    Maryland TB Guidelines - page 54 Correction

    TB Testing and COVID Vaccination​

    Winter 2020​

    Maryland TB Guidelines - Revised December

    TB and COVID-19 Education Flyer - Multiple Translations 

    Spring/Summer 2020

    CTBCP June Response to SARS-CoV-2

    CTBCP April Response to SARS-CoV-2

    Fall 2019

    Maryland TB Guidelines - Revised November 

    ATS/CDC/ERS/ISDA Guidelines for Treatment of Drug Resistant TB

    Summer 2019

    ​MDH - Recommendations for Aplisol Shortage
    HAN 00420 - Aplisol Shortage

    ​​​​​​​Snapshot - Updated Healthcare Personnel TB Testing and Screening

    MMWR - Update for Healthcare Personnel TB Testing and Screening