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WHO WE ARE

NTMir advances a broad agenda on behalf of people with nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) disease, as well as healthcare providers, researchers….

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SUPPORT GROUPS

Whether it’s a local support group, online forums where you can exchange ideas with other patients, or links to other useful resources, you’ve come to the right place.

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"INSIGHT" PATIENT PAMPHLET

Print or download our informative “Insight” pamphlet in multiple languages and keep the knowledge you need at your fingertips.

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PHYSICIAN REFERRAL LIST

Find experts in the care you need with our Physician Referral List.

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TAKE ACTION

We are stronger as a community than we are alone. Your voice added to ours helps us accomplish our mission.

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We are supported by patients’ actions and donations, industry, and others who care about those with NTM lung disease.

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Our Mission

NTMir’s mission is to save and improve lives through research, education, early detection, and improved treatments for people with pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial infection (NTM disease).

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Estimated cases of NTM in the US in 2020
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The rise in the number of NTM cases each year
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Antibiotic-resistant infections in the US each year

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