NOVEMBER Is C. diff. Awareness Month!


Sometimes in life, events occur that fracture the very foundation on which we stand. Our life, as we have known it, is forever changed and we find ourselves in an unexpected struggle, first just to survive and then to move forward.
The C. diff. Survivors Network is dedicated to providing healing support for individuals coping with both physical and mental pain, the complex treatments, psycho-social losses and alterations, and the excruciating grief with complex emotions that accompany the loss of a loved one.
We hope that you will find resources here to help you cope with, and eventually heal from, what may well be the worst pain experienced from an infection.
It is important to know that people can recover and do survive this horrific infection.  There can be extended recovery time or life-long symptoms associated with this gastrointestinal infection.  Some individuals may never stop grieving the loss of their loved ones, but they do survive and go on to lead meaningful and contributory lives.
This site was designed by C. difficile infection survivors for survivors.  The culture here as well as on our forum is one that recognizes and respects the courage and resilience of survivors at all stages of their personal journeys.   We appreciate your stories of how a C. difficile infection touched your life, or how it affected your child’s life, and how it may have been involved with the passing of your loved one and friend.  Each story shared is a ribbon that is woven in connecting hearts worldwide.

Never give up HOPE

Click on the C.diff. Radio Logo below to listen to four C. diff. Survivors share their stories on
C. diff. Radio;  C. diff. Spores and More ~ Sponsored by Clorox Healthcare.  Join us every Tuesday at 10aPT/1pET with guests discussing C. diff. infection prevention, treatments, environmental safety products, research, clinical trials, and much more    www.cdiffradio.com
Their stories are real and have touch lives across the globe.
Remember you are NOT alone……………….

We invite you and your family, and friends to join our supportive community of survivors from across the world.

You will find many friends here as you begin a new journey networking with other C. difficile survivors

We work together with the C Diff Foundation and share educational information to help everyone diagnosed with a C. diff. infection and recovering from a CDI learn more about C. difficile infection prevention, treatments, environmental safety, and the C.diff. Clinical Trials in progress………….

C diff and You app.

Eliminate hours spent searching for C. diff. infection information.  Patients, with family members, friends, and caregivers, are overwhelmed and exhausted.  Individuals diagnosed with a C. difficile infection (C. diff., CDI) do not have the time or energy to sit at a computer searching, sorting, and reading through pages of information.  Download the    C diff and You app. today to find easy to understand information about  C. diff. (Clostridioides difficile, C. difficile, CDI) infection prevention, treatments, clinical trials, support, nutrition, diagnostics, environmental safety, and more.  Gain the knowledge and grow in advocacy by placing the C. diff. The community in the palm of your hands.

2022 Thanks Patient and Family C. diff. Symposium Sponsor

REGISTER TODAY to attend this free live-online meeting developed for the Patients, Families, and Caregivers impacted by C. difficile infections worldwide.

Symposium Registration is free of charge and is a live-online event.

Registration will open on November 1st, 2021


If you wish to share your story or your loved one’s journey with the C. diff. Survivors Network, please fill out the form below. We will review the information shared and if there are any questions we will contact you via: email.  Otherwise, the information will be placed in the appropriate category on the website where others, who are traveling the same path, can read and appreciate your words.

DISCLAIMER: By submitting your story you hereby release the material submitted and authorize the C. diff Survivors Network (C.diff. Survivors, Inc.) to publish it on the site for general public viewing.