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A LOOK AHEAD TO 2021

A LOOK AHEAD TO 2021

We’re hitting the ground running in 2021 and are excited to share our plans for the year. Accessing life changing medications will remain a key focus, as will improving quality of care, continuing vital research and offering support services. We also want to learn more about our community’s priorities so we can have meaningful impact. 

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ADVOCACY UPDATE & LATEST NEWS FROM CYSTIC FIBROSIS CANADA: JANUARY 8

ADVOCACY UPDATE & LATEST NEWS FROM CYSTIC FIBROSIS CANADA: JANUARY 8

Recent advocacy highlights from CF Canada include the rapid progress Trikafta is making through the Canadian drug review and reimbursement system, a soon to be launched patient input survey for the CADTH review and letters sent to provincial Health Ministers advocating for early access to COVID19 vaccines for people living with CF. 

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LIFE CHANGING TREATMENT, TRIKAFTA, IS ADVANCING THROUGH THE CANADIAN DRUG APPROVAL PROCESS

Today the cystic fibrosis story is moving closer to transformational change, with access to a long-awaited, life-changing therapy now advancing through the Canadian drug approval process. CADTH is now reviewing the cystic fibrosis (CF) drug Trikafta.

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Almost 60 percent of all Canadians with cystic fibrosis are adults. In 2013, almost half of Canadians newly diagnosed with cystic fibrosis were under the age of six months. Cumulatively, CF patients spent over 24,500 days in hospital and attended over 16,500 clinic visits in 2013.
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January 30, 2021
Capes & Crowns Virtually Enchanted

Capes & Crowns Virtually Enchanted

Raffles * Draws * 50/50 * Wine basket

Purchase raffle tickets for your chance to win!

Draw date: Saturday, Jan 30

Tickets available very soon! Stay tuned :)

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January 31, 2021
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Bonnie Brillinger
Age 42, London, Ontario

My name is Bonnie Brillinger. I am now at the lucky age of 42. I was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at 10 months of age. My biggest challenge with cystic fibrosis has been the insecurity of what the disease holds for my future.

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