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By educating elected officials and other government decision-makers on the needs of the cystic fibrosis community, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation works to shape public policy to help our efforts to cure CF and provide all people with CF the opportunity to live full, healthy lives. Below find a listing of our state and federal statements, letters, and regulatory comments.
Men and women with CF can have biological kids, but fertility has not always been priorities of CF care. As people with CF live longer, healthier lives than before, more men and women must make crucial decisions about their reproductive health.
Although CF may have consequences for your reproductive health, it does not diminish sexual performance or the desire for intimacy. People with CF may worry about experiencing shortness of breath, coughing or hemoptysis (coughing up blood or blood-stained mucus), but these problems should not keep them from enjoying a normal, fulfilling sex life.