We’re spotlighting six authors who have written books based on their experiences with cystic fibrosis. Check out what writing about CF has meant for them, and what they hope their readers will learn from reading their stories.
Coping with cystic fibrosis as a child led to depression. Creativity -- especially singing -- helped me find myself and led to my auditioning for The Voice Australia.
We’re highlighting six creators who are helping raise awareness of cystic fibrosis. By sharing parts of their life with CF on paper or on screen, they’re voicing the variety of ways that people experience the disease.
Watch our vlog to hear us discuss the upcoming film, Five Feet Apart.
Hear about our homepage hero, Jeremy Weyandt, and his journey to a lung transplant.
The Woods family, currently featured on the homepage of CFF.org, share their favorite part of Great Strides walk day, their proudest moments as parents of a child with CF, and more.
The Egan family, currently featured on the homepage of CFF.org, share more about their sassy little girl, how much their support system means to them, and what inspires them in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Seeing cystic fibrosis portrayed in film and on TV is a mixed bag, and often my disease is overly dramatized to get more views. But I still think there’s value in making people more aware of CF.