This is my first time ever posting on a forum, but I would really appreciate some advice. I just graduated college with a nursing degree and am looking for a job. I just left my clinic visit in absolute tears. Never once during my college career did any member of my CF team ever give me the impression that I would not be able to work as a nurse, however today they did. I am so confused. I have my first interview coming up; its for my ideal job to start out as a nurse. My doctor told me that I should tell the interviewer, and subsequent interviewers, my health history, but that it might cause them to see me as a risk and not hire me. The job is in adult neuro surgery; I specifically choose this because I believed it would involve less exposure to infectious agents (in comparison to a general med-surg floor in the hospital). What do I do? I am still at a pediatric clinic with the same pulmonologist I had since I was a baby. I was planning to transition, but then I became sick a few months back and it was put on hold. Would the CF team at an adult center be better equipped to help me deal with workplace issues? Does anyone else have experience working with CF in a health care environment? I have no one to talk to about this. I would really appreciate any opinion, comment, etc. Thanks!