I didn’t know about Cystic Fibrosis really until my daughter Margaret was born with it in 2019. When she was diagnosed, they told us NOT to google it. That the treatments were changing and the future for M was unknown but extremely hopeful.

This week, I invited two of my idols, Julia Rae and Somer Love (two adults living with CF) to chat with me, selfishly, because I wanted to hear how they were doing. I also have been having a hard time myself dealing with the uncertainty of life (I cry through this whole interview) and wanted some hope that I knew both of them could provide simply by the fact that they are getting older.

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