14 CF Online Resources that Might Help You

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Here’s a list of some of the many online resources that might be able to help you dealing with cystic fibrosis. Keep in mind the importance of finding those that best suit you.

1. CF2Chat

CF2Chat

 

CF2Chat is a forum and chat website for people with cystic fibrosis, featuring news, therapy and health tips, a photo gallery, and a recipe page.

Did you know that there’s an app that can help you manage cystic fibrosis, including all aspects of your health and care plan? Learn more about the CFBuzz app here.

2. CF Infants and Toddlers

 

CF Infants and Toddlers

 

 

CF Infants and Toddlers is a social media group for parents and caregivers of children with CF to share information and seek support.

 

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

3. CF Living

CF Living

 

CF Living offers webcasts and other resources for parents of children with cystic fibrosis at different stages of life.

Here are 8 other tips to manage your cystic fibrosis.

4. CF Roundtable

CF Roundtable

CF Roundtable provides information to adults with cystic fibrosis on the nature and progression of the disease, as well as the latest research advancements.

 

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

5. CF Solutions

CF Solutions

 

CF Solutions offers pharmacy and nursing services to patients with financial difficulties in Oklahoma.

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6. CysticFibrosis.com

CysticFibrosiscom

 

CysticFibrosis.com is an online community for people suffering from cystic fibrosis and it provides interactive forums and blogs to find support and share information.

 

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

7. Cystic Fibrosis Coping Skills

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Cystic Fibrosis Coping Skills is a non-profitable online course designed by the Mayo Clinic to provide information on diagnosis and treatment of CF.

Here are 8 other tips to manage your cystic fibrosis.

8. Cystic-L

 

cystic L

 

Cystic-L is a free email service designed for exchanging information and support specific to cystic fibrosis, including not only patients but also their families and loved ones.

 

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

9. Cystic Life

Cystic Life

 

Cystic Life is an online community for patients to find others struggling with the same condition.

Did you know that there is an app that can help you manage cystic fibrosis, including all aspects of your health and care plan? Learn more about the CFBuzz app here.

10. Daily Strength

Daily Strength

 

Daily Strength is an online support group for patients with CF.

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

11. Heroes of Hope

Heroes of Hope

Heroes of Hope is a project sponsored by Genentech that recognizes and salutes unique individuals with cystic fibrosis who strive to live full, productive lives and serve as role models to others

Here are 8 other tips to manage your cystic fibrosis.

12. IME Video Library — Reducing Isolation: An Adult Cystic Fibrosis Support Group

IME Video Library

 

IME Video Library — Reducing Isolation: An Adult Cystic Fibrosis Support Group is a video series about a support group and coping with the disease, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Here are 6 cystic fibrosis organizations you should know about.

13. News For Parents

News For Parents

 

News For Parents is a website that offers basic information, expert advice, and the latest news on advancements to treat CF

Do you know what lungs and a tennis court have in common?  Find out here!

14. Starbright World

Starbright World

 

Starbright World is an online community for teens with cystic fibrosis or other serious medical conditions

Here are 6 Cystic Fibrosis Organizations You Should Know About.

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