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Archive for August, 2016

10 benefits of volunteering with Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Volunteering with CF Canada is a great way to get involved and give back. Not only does it benefit our community, but volunteering has plenty…

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We’re on Instagram!

We’re very excited to announce that our official Instagram account is now live! Connecting with Canadians with cystic fibrosis (CF) is important to us and…

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Summer Fun Starts Now

Is it just us, or do the months keep going by faster and faster? With the end of June comes the end of the 2015/16…

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A Day in My Shoes: Myles Lynch

Myles was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF) when he was just one month old. At 16, Myles received at double lung transplant. Now 18, Myles…

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Making CF History: Advocating for Our Community

One of our roles as a non-profit is to advocate for you, our community. Since 1960, we’ve been committed to ensuring people with CF, caregivers…

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Making CF History: Progress in Lung Transplantation

For those with advanced disease, transplantation may be the next step to help regain health. Currently, double-lung, heart-lung and liver transplants are the only definitive…

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A Day in My Shoes: Helen Meinzinger

Volunteers like Helen Meinzinger are the backbone of Cystic Fibrosis Canada. The work of the dedicated individuals who give their time has gotten us where…

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Making CF History: Then and Now

Over the years, we have invested $235 million in research and clinical care for cystic fibrosis in Canada. Since 1960, we’ve progressed by leaps and…

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A Day in My Shoes: Katie and Lauren LePage

Katie and Lauren’s younger brother Marc was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF) just before his first birthday. From that moment on, their family was changed…

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