17 min

Clinical Considerations for Women with CF eCysticFibrosis Review

    • Medicine

Studies have shown that adolescent and young adult women with cystic fibrosis often turn to their CF care team for answers to their questions about their sexual and reproductive health. But how prepared are CF clinicians to initiate conversations? Do they have the most current data about pregnancy decisions for women taking CFTR modulators? When should modulator therapy be stopped? When is it safe to continue?
In this eCysticFibrosis Review podcast, Dr. Traci Kazmerski from UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and Dr. Natalie West from Johns Hopkins University take us into the clinic to address these important questions.
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Studies have shown that adolescent and young adult women with cystic fibrosis often turn to their CF care team for answers to their questions about their sexual and reproductive health. But how prepared are CF clinicians to initiate conversations? Do they have the most current data about pregnancy decisions for women taking CFTR modulators? When should modulator therapy be stopped? When is it safe to continue?
In this eCysticFibrosis Review podcast, Dr. Traci Kazmerski from UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and Dr. Natalie West from Johns Hopkins University take us into the clinic to address these important questions.
To read a companion newsletter click here.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 min