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When Moritz was only 6 years old, his mother was diagnosed with PAP. He does not remember her getting the actual diagnosis, but he recalls the sudden change in his family’s everyday life and that he often felt sad.
Married and the mother of two. A quite normal situation for a woman in her 30s. But Jacqui is living with a disease far from normal – pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP). And it reared its ugly head at the worst time possible.
Julie looks like any 15-year old girl. She attends school, goes out with her friends and is in to musical theatre. But in spite of her young age, Julie has been hospitalized several times and gone through five lung lavages after being diagnosed with pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP).