There are many resources available on line for people interested in learning more about genetics. Below are some of the links to sites that we think are most helpful:
This National Library of Medicine site discusses genetic disorders from A to Z and has internal links to concepts and tools to help you understand some basics of human genetics.
This link is also directed to the National Library of Medicine website, but it focuses more specifically to information about genetic mutations and their affect on health.
This link directs you to the National Human Genome Research Institute's web page on Cystic Fibrosis. It contains additional resources/links if you are interested in policy, or similar content.
This link is sponsored by the Dolan DNA learning center. It is rich with information and graphics on CF, but will also link you to "DNA from the Beginning" which has wonderful content on the basics of genetics.
Some links for adults with CF who are seeking information and support.
Below are websites that contain general information about CF for all interested in the disease. These pages may also include support links, and additional education about the condition.
Secondhand Smoke Worsens Lung Function in Cystic Fibrosis Patient