Unformatted text preview: student would ask. ANSWER Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited genetic disorder, meaning that this disease is passed down from the parents. Both parents must have passed the faulty CF gene onto their child, but the parents most likely do not have cystic fibrosis themselves. Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis will vary in extremity from person to person, but would most likely include lung and digestive problems. Treatments for cystic fibrosis are constantly getting better and people with CF are now living into their forties and fifties. Early treatments for this genetic disorder would include medicine, nutritional therapy, respiratory therapy, and exercise....
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- Spring '10
- Sickle-cell disease, Genetic disorder, achondroplasia