Medical alert IDs for Cystic Fibrosis

December 16, 2014

Cystic Fibrosis is not immediately obvious or easy to diagnose in an emergency. This genetic condition affects both the respiratory and digestive tracts, and could be directly responsible for an emergency or an important factor in putting together the right care plan. Although your friends and family will be aware of your CF, a medical ID is a good way to communicate if you are on your own and unable to speak for yourself.

Find out the top five reasons why you should have a medical alert ID; with tips on choosing the right product and links for support or advice.





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