Examining the Impact and Cost Effectiveness of Targeted Testing and Treatment for Latent Tuberculosis Infection in Key Populations

California, Texas, Florida and New York as case studies

This site shows results of a mathematical model of the impact and cost-effectiveness of targeted testing and treatment (TTT) for latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) among key populations in the four most populous US states.

Clicking on the 'impact' tab will show estimated reductions in TB incidence that can be achieved by testing and treating key populations for LTBI.

Clicking on the "cost" tab will show the estimated cost and cost-effectiveness of TTT among key populations in each state.

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