People all over the world are using photos, videos, voice recordings and written stories to share about TB as part of their lives.
We can all learn from the stories of those who have gone through TB diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Their stories help us better understand what it is like to have TB and how family, friends, communities and health care providers can support this journey.
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A supportive community for people affected by TB in Canada
You are not alone!
TBpeople Canada is a supportive community of and for people living with TB, TB survivors, family members, friends and caregivers committed to raising awareness of TB, fighting stigma and ending TB everywhere.
As Canada's first peer support network for people affected by TB, this is a safe space for members to come together and share stories, experiences, and resources to foster feelings of togetherness and solidarity.
TB Talks Season 2 – A Community Outbreak Story
Artwork by Ruth Cuthand (Tuberculosis, 2011)
TB Talks is an National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases podcast that shares knowledge to support TB elimination in Canada. This 4-episode docuseries follows the course of a 2019 TB outbreak in a small, northern First Nations community. This podcast was developed with the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) and the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH).