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CF communication > Tips for Communicating about New Diagnosis with Family and Friends


When a child is diagnosed, the entire family is involved. However, communication can become problematic especially in today's interconnected world. The boundaries between privacy and open-ness are blurred and are different for each person. Information posted on the web stays forever. Here are some things to think about before you "tell the world" that you your child has CF. 

PS: This letter was written for medical professionals to share with ND families. I am posting it here so you can have access to it, too. 

CLICK HERE FOR LETTER TO PARENTS ABOUT COMMUNICATING ABOUT THE DIAGNOSIS

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