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PARENTING WITH CF - A RESOURCE GUIDE FOR YOU

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Accessing Trikafta

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OPEN LETTER TO CANADA’S PRIVATE INSURERS ON ACCESS TO TRIKAFTA

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TRIKAFTA FOR 6-11 YEAR OLDS HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO HEALTH CANADA!

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Canadians with cystic fibrosis consume a large number of enzymes, about 20 pills a day, to help absorb nutrients from food On average, a person with cystic fibrosis spends the equivalent of four months of full-time work doing life-sustaining treatments every year. 62% of all Canadians with cystic fibrosis are adults
Upcoming Events
February 2, 2022
Rosa's Pizza Fundraiser

Skip cooking and grab dinner at Rosa's Pizza Windsor to support our local chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada!

That's right! On February 2nd, for every large pizza or family size pasta sold, Rosa's will donate $5 to CF Canada's Essex-Kent Chapter.

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Friday, February 11th, 2022
65 Roses for Cystic Fibrosis

Spread the love with us this Valentine’s Day! As a gift for your loved one, or for yourself 

This Valentine’s Day, we’ll be spreading the love by selling beautiful, 6-inch potted rose bushes while raising funds for cystic fibrosis treatment, care, and advocacy. For $35 each, these potted roses are the gift that keeps on giving to both the CF community and your home!

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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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