College Life and Cystic Fibrosis

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In this video from the Boomer Esiason Foundation, meet Gunnar Esiason, here when he was 19 years-old, who has been living with cystic fibrosis. While a sophomore majoring in English at Boston College, Gunnar was physically active in intramural sports, worked at being compliant with his treatment regimin, and loved college life.

Gunnar was diagnosed with CF at the age of two. He had a normal childhood and played lacrosse, baseball, football and ice hockey. Gunnar, despite the usual frustrations, never lets CF get in his way from leading a normal life.

In a follow-up video, see how Gunner is doing after college.

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