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Six days after our daughter was born, we received a phone call that changed our life. Our baby Lucy had tested positive for cystic fibrosis. Two hours later, we were face to face with Dr. David Ricker in the Cystic Fibrosis Clinic at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center. At that time, we didn't know that Lucy's form of cystic fibrosis would prove to be the first genetic mutation that researchers were able to correct.