November 7, 2012
I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis September 2009. It has been a real battle as it is for most of us! The support from the PFF and the people with this disease is unlike any support I have ever seen. Each individual is cared for. If one rejoices we all rejoice and if one mourns we all mourn. We are more than a foundation in my opinion . We are FAMILY! Family that truly cares and works hard to bring awareness and support to all we meet.You are never truly alone when you are in the midst of the members of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation! We laugh and we cry together. We call one another on the telephone send cards to one another and we pray for each other as well as a cure for Pulmonary Fibrosis. The PFF educates us and tells us of any new things we are not aware of. Many people work Very hard to do different jobs within the PFF but its for our common good and welfare! I do not know where I'd be today if it had not been for the support and kindness I have received. I know someone will always be there to help in any way they can and that I can count on these people to carenot just about the disease but for the person and all they go through! They have been a great encouragement for me! Thank you so much! Donna White
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