Do you ever hear a statistic or a report on an illness that makes your skin crawl? For Charlene Marshall, that is hearing that IPF doesn’t affect young adults. Charlene was diagnosed with IPF at 28 years old and while learning to live with this fatal lung disease, she has noticed that the unique support needs of young adults is often overlooked.
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