As a patient living with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) for nearly four years, Charlene Marshall hopes that the research being conducted around the world not only helps find a cure for this disease, but helps new treatments emerge that will improve patients quality of life. Understanding gene variants and their role in fibrosis development sounds like a promising approach to further understanding IPF and enabling better treatments for patients.
As a patient living with IPF/PF, do the various studies and clinical research make you hopeful that a cure or new treatment to better manage IPF will soon emerge?
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