Cystic fibrosis: Dancing with an Invisible Illness
Dancers are accustomed to exerting extreme effort to realize their technical and aesthetic objectives.
However, managing their sickness on a daily basis for dancers with cystic fibrosis, a chronic lung condition, is already a full-time job. The condition results in a buildup of mucus in the lungs and other organs, which can occasionally trigger numerous infections, medical procedures, and operations. However, it's a "invisible sickness"; you couldn't tell by looking at someone if they had it. Four dancers who are not letting CF stop them from performing what they love were addressed by Dance Spirit.
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