In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has provided the following resources. Our Compass team continues to stand by and offer support of those impacted by these storms.
Although not part of my son's “official” care team, our local pharmacist plays a key role in his cystic fibrosis care.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, our hearts go out to the many people impacted by the storm and flooding, particularly those in our cystic fibrosis community.
Like many of my millennial compatriots, I was booted from my parents' health plan when I turned 26. While my friends were shrugging health insurance off as just another growing pain of their 20s, I was panicking.
When I ran into a particularly difficult situation with my last job, the “d” word entered my lexicon for the first time: disability. While my life doesn't look like I thought it would, I have come to accept where I am and gained a new perspective on work and life.
Going back to work was hard. So. Very. Hard. But with the mounting costs of cystic fibrosis, I didn't have a choice. The decision had been made for me.
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