Check out the podcast series NTM Talk

Posted by becleartoday @becleartoday, Jun 12 12:58pm

Going for a walk today? You might want to listen to a fabulous podcast series NTM Talk. Colin Swenson, a pulmnologist and Wendi Drummond, an infectious disease expert ,talk about NTM and bronchiectasis. They are simpatico and the podcasts are lively. Most importantly, you will learn so much! Give them a try! http://www.ntmtalk.com

Interested in more discussions like this? Go to the MAC & Bronchiectasis group.

@becleartoday, have you listened to all of season 1 on the NTM Talks podcast. What is your favorite episode and why?

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Hi there! I like to start at the beginning with the first episode and work my way through. Have you started to listen?
Best,
Linda

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@becleartoday

Hi there! I like to start at the beginning with the first episode and work my way through. Have you started to listen?
Best,
Linda

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What is your favorite episode so far and why? What is something new you learned?

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I don’t have a favorite episode. I like how they often approach the subject from their professional specialities, pulmonology and infectious disease, and then have a discussion. It gives always gives the listener something to mull over. Also, they keep the discussions lively and at the same time, acknowledge the seriousness of the topic and the difficulties for those of us managing our disease.

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I listened to the series last year. It was very helpful to me as a newly diagnosed pt. with bronchiectasis and mac. I especially liked their question/answer sessions. I wish they had more series.

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I listened to the series last year. It was very helpful to me as a newly diagnosed pt. with bronchiectasis and mac. I especially liked their question/answer sessions. The session on describing bronchiectasis was simple and descriptive and helped me to understand what an "exacerbation" and "bronchiectasis" meant. I had been confused about when I got sick with a cold or virus was it the same as an exacerbation? They shed a little light on that and why it was important to send in a sputum sample whenever a fever or new cough started up. I still find myself re-listening to some of the podcasts when questions arise. (though I do find many answers here as well).

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