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Info for the Newly Diagnosed

Posted by @windwalker, Mon, Jul 9 10:41am

Welcome to the Mac and Bronchiectasis Group. Dealing with this disease usually means more questions than answers. The following link was imported from the NIH (National Institute of Health; a government funded research entity and trusted source.) Please read this to gain more insight about mac/bronchiectasis disease.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4749270/ There are interesting publications by researchers available to read at the end of the post.

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@windwalker….Terri…thanks for posting this…skimmed it…very explicit and forthright,,,,,ll am curious….the American Thoracic Society's guidelines are over 10 years old…wonder when they will be updated….they mention that there are over 150 species identified of NTM…..last l heard the number was 180.thanks for the posting terri aka tdrell

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@windwalker….Terri…thanks for posting this…skimmed it…very explicit and forthright,,,,,ll am curious….the American Thoracic Society's guidelines are over 10 years old…wonder when they will be updated….they mention that there are over 150 species identified of NTM…..last l heard the number was 180.thanks for the posting terri aka tdrell

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@tdrell Unfortunately, the specie list will keep growing as they continue to morph into a different variety.

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