GREENFIELD — When Jason and Rhonda Trebley found out they were both carriers of cystic fibrosis, it was too late to turn back. Rhonda was already 32 weeks pregnant with twins.
Catherine and Clayton came into the world with a life-threatening genetic disorder that affects their lungs and digestive system, and a life expectancy of 14 years. For their parents – Rhonda, a paramedic, and Jason, a firefighter and EMT – the news was devastating.
But the family soldiered on.
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