Home > Medical > Tuberculosis > Treatment Treatment All sections in Tuberculosis » About Tuberculosis » Different political stances » Drug Resistance » FAQs » Health Tips » HIV/Aids and TB » Living with TB » New Developments » TB News » Quarantine » Real-life Story » Symptoms » TB and other organs » TB in South Africa » Testing » Transmission » Treatment » Who is at risk? Treating TB Preventive therapy (PT) against TB involves infected people taking anti-TB drugs to prevent progression to active disease. Treating tuberculosis Rifampicin and isoniazid are the two key drugs used in treating tuberculosis. New hope for XDR-TB treatment Every day she goes to the clinic in Khayelitsha to receive handfuls of medication in the long, painful process to banish resistant TB from her body, already battling Aids. Assess Your risk for COPD » Join HIV Talk » Ask CyberDoc » Assess Do you have asthma? » African health in focus World's Most Famous TB Patients Diet not an ARV substitute Research has found there is no scientific evidence specific to SA conditions to back use of nutrition as the primary treatment for HIV/Aids and Tuberculosis (TB). load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Try the Meat Free Movember Challenge Fit starts now with MRP Sport Get Race Ready with REHIDRAT® Is your lifestyle harming your liver?