Pulmonary Fibrosis Warriors Share Their Thoughts on Life With the Disease


In this video from PF Warriors, we take a look at some of the people living with the disease in Dallas, Texas, and how pulmonary fibrosis has affected their lives. The films were shared at the IPF Catalyst Challenge in Chicago and are being used as an inspirational tool for innovation and change.

MORE: How to live your best life with a chronic illness.

The people in the film talk about how having pulmonary fibrosis has changed the way they look at the world. They now take each day as it comes and consider every day as a gift. Their priorities have changed — they no longer worry about the little things in life, they’d rather spend their time focusing on family and how best to enjoy life and savor each moment.

MORE: Woman with pulmonary fibrosis creates her own local support group.

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  1. betty howard says:

    Hi Kim I am so glad you put so much in for us who know little about the pulmonary fibro…very thoughtful of you. I started 7 years ago visiting my son here in new York( I am in the New York panhandle LOL In elmira New york is the city’s name. I have had many things go wrong. The eyes………………………
    are the news change. I look forward to this news everyday…some more to learn…I hope you are making progress with the problems of being a O2
    person…When I shop I find my hands are full before getting to the store…betty…

  2. Abbi Capps says:

    Since my diagnosis a year and a half ago, I’ve been determined to LIVE, my life instead of living like I’m dying. Maybe a transplant will happen and maybe it won’t. But I believe we’re all here as long as God allows us. I intend to make the best of the time I have left, however long that might be. God bless you all!

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