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THE NORTH AMERICAN CYSTIC FIBROSIS CONFERENCE: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF A DISEASE IN TRANSITION

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Cystic fibrosis occurs when a child inherits two defective copies of the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis (one from each parent). Canadians with cystic fibrosis consume a large number of enzymes, about 20 pills a day, to help absorb nutrients from food Of the Canadians with CF who died in the last three years, half were under 34 years of age
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Dec 1st- Dec 24th 2022
Wrapping for a Cure - Calgary

Get in the Holiday spirit by volunteering your time for a good cause! 

Cystic Fibrosis Canada is excited to announce the return of Wrapping for a Cure located in North Hill Centre & Southcentre Mall, Calgary, Alberta.

Individuals, teams, and workplace employees can give a little back during the Holiday season by volunteering to wrap gifts at any of our participating malls. Funds raised from Wrapping for a Cure go back into the local community.

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Dec. 9th 2022 - Dec. 24th 2022
Wrapping for a Cure- Edmonton 2022

GET IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT BY VOLUNTEERING YOUR TIME FOR A GOOD CAUSE! 

Cystic Fibrosis Canada is excited to announce the return of Wrapping for a Cure located in Londonderry Mall, Edmonton, Alberta.

Individuals, teams, and workplace employees can give a little back during the Holiday season by volunteering to wrap gifts at any of our participating malls. Funds raised from Wrapping for a Cure go back into the local community.

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CF Champions
Patrick Kellar
Age 27, Peterborough, Ontario

Patrick is an inspiring, motivated individual that doesn’t let cystic fibrosis (CF) stand in his way of being successful. Diagnosed with CF at birth, Patrick has only looked at the positive side of things, often telling others that “It could be worse!”

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