How to Be a Teenager with a Chronic Illness

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Remember the amazing “I’ve Got Cystic Fibrosis” song from Charles Michael Duke?

Well, now he’s back with a new video, this time talking about how to be a teenager with a chronic illness.

“My tips and tricks for how to survive the teenage years when you have a chronic illness. The teenage years are tough for everyone and when you have a chronic illness like cystic fibrosis it doesn’t make it any easier!”

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