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India's Revised National TB Control Program has achieved several milestones in coverage, however quality of TB care remains highly variable and often poor. There are significant gaps in provider knowledge, practices, and patients are consistently lost to follow-up. This literature review aims to synthesize evidence on user-experience and patient satisfaction with TB care in India and inform areas for service quality improvement. Highlighting poor user-experiences in TB care as one of the main reasons for patient dropout, it suggests ways to improve treatment consistency. This literature review could be useful for implementers of TB control programs. Click here to read the report.