By commemorating World TB Day on 24th March, we help to raise awareness about the devastating impact of TB, which remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases.
We believe we will only make progress in ending TB if we are led by the science – and if we communicate new knowledge clearly and effectively. We wanted to use this occasion to highlight selected recent papers published in the IJTLD – and invite you to join the growing audience of researchers, clinicians and healthcare workers reading the journal.
The scientific response to TB – the other deadly global health emergency
Clinical standards for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of TB infection
Opportunities to prevent and manage undernutrition to amplify efforts to end TB
Call to action for an invigorated drive to scale up TB prevention
Bedaquiline for multidrug-resistant TB in paediatric patients
Clinical standards for the assessment, management and rehabilitation of post-TB lung disease
The impact of COVID-19 on TB: a review of the data
The selected articles are free to access, but a subscription provides unrestricted access to all our content, including Original Articles, Reviews, Editorials, Letters and Correspondence – and the IJTLD Clinical Standards for Lung Health. Our coverage includes TB, COVID-19, respiratory diseases such as asthma and COPD, along with the hazards of tobacco and air pollution.
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