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On average, a person with cystic fibrosis spends the equivalent of four months of full-time work doing life-sustaining treatments every year. 65% of Canadians newly diagnosed with cystic fibrosis in 2019 were diagnosed through newborn screening In 2019, 46 Canadians with cystic fibrosis had surgery for a lung transplant
Upcoming Events
Nov 1, 2021 - Dec. 8, 2021
Maritime Time for a Cure - Silent Auction

Though there won't be a physical Maritime Time for a Cure event this year, our community has already started to come together through generous donations of items for a silent auction. We're inviting you to participate in the auction as it goes live in the coming weeks and, in the spirit of Maritime Time, to help us go further once again for cystic fibrosis research and care.

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December 9, 2021
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BC/Yukon Awards Ceremony Dec 9
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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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