Learning How to Live

I have been trying to figure out how to write this blog ever since Trikafta was approved by the FDA, really ever since I started feeling better on the drug, and have admittedly struggled to do so. But when I opened up my email this morning, I saw a blog inquiry from a reader asking...
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My Time in the Triple Combo Study

In no small way has the triple combo completely changed my life. The first few weeks of the study were some of the most powerful of my life. My lung function seemingly skyrocketed over night, I suddenly felt like I had more energy than an Olympic athlete in the prime of his career, and the...
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My New Roommate

Yesterday Darcy gave her perspective about living together on the blog. Today, it’s my turn! Business school isn’t the only new thing in my life. My new roommate has certainly been the biggest change around here. No, Darcy isn’t exactly a new part of my life, but living together certainly is! In a way, the...
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Adapting the Routine

Hello from Hanover! I have finally found the time to do some blogging. Believe it or not, there is a lot going on in a typical grad school day. One of my big stressors ahead of the move was adapting my care routine to the changing demands of business school in a new place. Now...
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Risk

I am on the precipice of taking the biggest risk I have ever taken in my entire life. The fact of the matter, though, is that I am a pretty risk averse person, and there’s no hiding it. I didn’t grow up that way. I played the most violent sports I could throughout my childhood...
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