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Research Impact and Me

There is so much to celebrate with the advancements made in cystic fibrosis research and care. It’s easy to get wrapped up in statistics and…

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Why I Volunteer

As we reflect everything we’ve accomplished with our Walk to Make CF History, we can’t help but be blown away by our volunteers. And our…

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CF Summer 101

Are you enjoying the weather? With summer arriving, it’s a great time to kick back and relax, enjoy your summer to its fullest by staying…

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Our Accomplishments

People living with CF are truly inspiring. Whether it’s beating the odds, building a family, reaching career goals, or crossing adventures off your bucket list,…

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My ‘CF Chef’ – by Lisa Legros, CF patient and long-standing member of the ‘Cystic Fibrosis Adult Committee’

I am Lisa. As a child, growing up in the late 60’s, my family was told that I would not live past six years of…

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Q&A with Jim Best, Fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Canada

What’s your involvement with CF Canada (are you a volunteer, donor, event organizer, etc.)? I am an event organizer of sorts I suppose. I have…

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Q&A with Cystic Fibrosis Canada volunteer, Emily Allan

What’s your involvement with CF Canada (are you a volunteer, donor, event organizer, etc.)? -I have been a volunteer/organizer with the Great Strides walk, an…

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Explaining CF to those around you

Often, the best experts of cystic fibrosis are those living with or caring for someone with CF. But how do you explain the complexities of…

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May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness month, which culminates in The Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History on May 28. This year, we are raising awareness…

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