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Four Series Icon. A female doctor gives a male worker an X-ray.
Banner for Consumptive Disease: Chinese Anti-Tuberculosis Posters, 1950-1980.
Navigation map Introduction General Anti-Tuberculosis Posters Four Series of Anti-Tuberculosis Posters Posters Promoting BCG Vaccination Posters Discouraging Spitting on the Ground

Four Series of Anti-Tuberculosis Posters

防治肺结核病宣传画系列


A Series of Anti-Tuberculosis Posters with Workers, Peasants, and Students

北京防治肺结核病宣传画系列

Series A


Beijing Tuberculosis Prevention Institute and the Tuberculosis Prevention Institute

of the East District of Beijing, n.d., ca. 1980.


To Prevent Tuberculosis, We Must Have X-Rays Regularly. A female doctor gives a male worker an X-ray.

To Prevent Tuberculosis,
We Must Have X-Rays Regularly
预防肺结核, 要定期进行肺部透视

To Prevent Tuberculosis, We Must Not Spit on the Ground. A girl with pigtails in a red and yellow dress holds a loud speaker in her right hand. She is holding up her left hand as she disseminates anti-tuberculosis knowledge.

To Prevent Tuberculosis,
We Must Not Spit on the Ground.
预防肺结核, 不要随地吐痰


If Discovered Early and Treated Properly, Tuberculosis Can Be Cured. An upper body view of a healthy young man wearing a red t-shirt and straw hat holds a shovel in his right hand and rests it upon his right shoulder; two small images are at the bottom of the poster showing a man taking X-ray check-up on the left and a man taking medicine on the right.

If Discovered Early and Treated Properly, Tuberculosis Can Be Cured
只要早期发现, 合理治疗,
结核病是可以治好的