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Cystic Fibrosis Emcee (05:53)
Citizen Aim is a 27 year old emcee in Yuma, Arizona who might literally rap his last breath. Diagnosed with the chronic illness as an infant, Citizen Aim is amongst the 70,000 people worldwide living with this death sentence sometimes referred to as '65 Roses. In this pod, by vc2 producer Carlos Aguilar, Citizen Aim talks about his disease, his treatment, and how his recovery themed songs are an inspiration others suffering from the disease. Current.com
my name is kim i have a child with cf he his 15 years old we have been in the hospital 4 times this year any advice u can give him would be great you can chat to him trew this web site
Hi my name is Lindsey i have a 16 month old son that was diagnosed with cf when he was 5 months old. i almost lost him to cf. I was really touched by your story I love the song that you made about 65 roses. I was wondering if you ever do any shows out in phoenix. Thank you for your time. God Bless
I am from Bulgaria. My elder daughter Alexandra has CF. She is 12. My younger daugter Victoria is 4 and is healthy carrier of the mutation.
I wish you health and good luck!
My grandaughter is 2 years old and has CF, I havn't viewed CFtube in a while but was glad i visited again, and viewed your video. Thank you, for sharing your personal story, as always "it gives inspiration. God Bless
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