‘Three Lives’: A Documentary About Cystic Fibrosis

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This documentary from UCO Media introduces three young cystic fibrosis patients, who share some of their biggest fears about having the disease. The award-winning Three Lives is directed by Olivia Prinz.

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Thirty-six-year-old Kori Tolbert talks about her fears as she comes to terms with what is considered the average life expectancy of a person with cystic fibrosis. She talks candidly about her relationship with her partner and her longing for them to start a family together.

Twenty-one-year-old Kyle Schuhart also worries about relationships and cystic fibrosis and wonders if there will ever be anyone special in his life.

Ten-year-old Brianna Collichio loses herself in her singing and uses it as a way to cope with her cystic fibrosis.

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