Clostridioides difficile (or C. diff) is the most common
healthcare associated infection.

C. diff causes nearly 500,000 infections every year

C. diff contributes to more than 29,000 deaths annually

While people over 65 are more likely to get a C. diff infection…

…anyone who is taking
antibiotics or has recently been at a healthcare facility is at risk

Yet only 30 percent of Americans have heard of this
dangerous and potentially deadly disease.

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That’s why Peggy Lillis Foundation has
launched our See C. diff campaign.

We want everyone to know the risk factors, symptoms and potential
treatments, so we can protect ourselves and our loved ones from this
preventable disease.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

Join our campaign to help every American See C. diff by taking
action now:


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STORIES

SUBMIT YOUR STORY TO PLF

Read about others experiences to see C. diff more accurately. If you’ve been impacted by it, please join others who have shared their stories of survival and loss. Doing so can help others to see C. diff.

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TELL YOUR STORY LIVE

Video is king on social media. You can help others see C. diff but doing a brief live video on Facebook or Instagram. Click below to learn how.

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DIFFERENTLY

Share our ‘You Know C. diff’ series

Encourage others to follow your lead in the fight to see C. diff. Post or share these graphics on your social media networks

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To add a frame to your profile picture.

  1. Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.
  2. Search for ‘See C. diff’ to find the frame for this campaign.
  3. Click Use as Profile Picture to save.

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PREVENTABLE

Knowing the risk factors for a C. diff infection can help you and your loved ones avoid this terrible illness. Please read, download and share our fact sheets and tips.

C. diff Fact Sheet
Over 65
Antibiotics
C. diff Wallet Card
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TREATABLE

While 1 in 5 patients will struggle with recurrent C. diff infections, good treatments are available. For those who do not response to conventional antibiotic approaches, microbiome based therapies like fecal microbiota transplant. You may also qualify for a clnical trial for a new drug in development.

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