Editor’s Choice: Man Races to Breathe, Odd Lymie Behaviors and Narcolepsy Video Series

Happy Friday Patient Worthians!

This week we are highlighting a story of a man with cystic fibrosis, racing to breathe and spread awareness of exercise therapy for those with CF.

We also have the first of our Video Series with Kristina, a woman suffering from narcolepsy and the absolutely weird stuff I did while on Lyme treatment.

Enjoy another week of Editor’s Choice!



Manny and Race CF about to bike race


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Man with Cystic Fibrosis Races to Help Others – Part 1

Manny Goguen, a man living with CF, is dedicating his time to spreading awareness about what exercise has done for his health.

His message is powerful! Be sure to check it out.

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7 Unusual Things I Did While on Lyme Treatment

When I was on long-term antibiotics for Lyme, I did the weirdest stuff. I wasn’t myself and I rarely thought will full clarity.

But, it does help to look back and see where I was to truly appreciate where I am now.

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Kristina’s Fight with Narcolepsy

Check out our newest Video Series on Kristina’s fight with narcolepsy.

Here, Kristina outlines going undiagnosed for years, the impact of narcolepsy and her greatest support.

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No Sh*t, Sherlock: You’d Be Tired, Too, If You Lived with PAH!

A recent study highlights the symptoms that women who have pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) live with.

But we already know about these difficulties. What we want to see is work for effective treatment.


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