Bacteria called nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) infect 30,000 people each year. It's not spread from person to person, so how do you get it? Know the symptoms, where it hides and what you can do to prevent infection.
Dr. Michael Iseman, mentor, author, teacher and researcher, is retiring from National Jewish Health. With fond appreciation for his contributions to our institution, we say farewell to Dr. Iseman, a pioneer in the field of tuberculosis.
5280 magazine has named 22 National Jewish Health physicians to its 2013 "Top Doctors" list. More than 9,300 Denver-metro area doctors responded to a survey asking whom they'd trust to treat them or their families. Did your doctor make the list?
The impact from a minor car accident revealed a lung condition that Kara Haines would spend the next two decades fighting. With the expert care she received at National Jewish Health, she is now breathing easier.