Jerry Cahill‘s documentary, “Up for Air”, provides viewers with an inside look at his personal fight for survival while living with #CF. During national #DonateLifeMonth (4/1 – 4/30) use the code: BEANORGANDONOR to watch the documentary for FREE! Tap the link to watch: https://vimeo.com/137872395
We are thrilled to announce that Jerry Cahill has launched, Jerry Unplugged, a new blog segment on his site. Jerry is a Delta F508 and R117H #CF patient who is post double-lung transplant by 6 years this April! Not only is Jerry an advocate for #CFAwareness, but he is a coach, athlete, and friend! Join him on his journey as he shares his insights, experiences, and explains why he cannot fail❗
Stay tuned for much more of #JerryUnplugged!
Read the first blog here: http://www.jerrycahill.com/who-am-i/
Continue reading Introducing Jerry Unplugged!
In this podcast, we hear from Jerry’s CF medical team about his journey with CF and life post-transplant. They share how they work as a team to make patients with CF feel cared for and supported. For Jerry, because of the extensive amount of time he spends with them, his doctors and nurses at Columbia University Continue reading CF Podcast 159: Cystic Fibrosis Medical Support Team
Jerry Cahill was featured on CBS Evening News with Dr. Max Gomez in a segment called, CF Survivor. It aired on CBS on June 15th, 2016. It is about Jerry Cahill, who is in a new documentary about his life called, Up For Air. It illustrates his drive to succeed with CF and how he never gave up. Four years post double lung transplant, Jerry is about to turn 60 in a few weeks. He continues to inspire many Continue reading Watch Jerry Cahill on CBS with Dr. Max Gomez
Gunnar Esiason sat down with BEF CF Ambassador Jerry Cahill recently to find out more about his double lung transplant and the way his life has changed since he had the procedure 4 years ago. Jerry shares the many ways in which he has traded certain CF issues for complications that come Continue reading Celebrating 4 Years Post Transplant with Jerry Cahill
MONDAY, Aug. 18, 2014 (HealthDay News) — In the United States, children born in 2010 with cystic fibrosis (CF) are projected to live longer than those born earlier, according to a study published in the Aug. 19 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine. Continue reading United States Children with Cystic Fibrosis are Living Longer
At age 56, with CF, and now retired, I often ponder my existence. Being born with CF, I have certainly endured all the normal conditions and problems that go with this shitty disease. Continue reading What have I got, given, and done?
Last month we moved our daughter Brooke into college. It was quite emotional and very exciting. It was the last stage of a roller-coaster ride of a process, from campus tours to standardized testing to essays and applications. Then there was waiting to Continue reading Guest Blog by Mark Levine–Making the Move: Moving My Daughter into College
As a 56 year-old CFer, I am glad I have saved my money as if I had no disease. That was not always the case. Continue reading CF and Finances