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Walk for Emme and Erin

My name is Danielle Weil, I live in Brantford, Ontario, and I am the mom to two beautiful girls – my twin daughters Mary-Elizabeth (who…

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Walk for Audrey

My name is Audrey Boissonneault, I’m 18 years old, and I’m from St-Hyacynthe, Quebec. I was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at two months old by…

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Walk for the Grover family

My name is Tammy Grover, and I live in Regina, Saskatchewan with my three children Jaydn, Jelena and Jenesis. Our story might be familiar to…

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Lessons Learned in Caregiving

According to the 2017 Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Registry Annual Data Report, over 4,300 Canadians attended CF clinics that year. But we know that our community…

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BeADonor Month: Lung Transplant Resource

Candidates for double lung or heart-lung transplantation are referred to the transplant program by their CF clinic director or physician. This referral is based on…

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Seven key benefits of volunteering for CF Canada

To celebrate National Volunteer Week, Cystic Fibrosis Canada is sharing seven key benefits of volunteering for CF Canada. Cystic Fibrosis Canada depends on volunteers to…

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Organ Donation and cystic fibrosis

April is Organ Donation Awareness (or BeADonor) Month. Organ donation, specifically lung transplant, is a huge topic in our community and one that brings up…

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Spotlight: Kari Trethewey

Kari is a volunteer for CF Canada since 2015. In this interview, she shares her commitment for the Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History. What’s your…

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Comments round up: CF Canada answers your questions about a recent Orkambi update

Cystic Fibrosis Canada recently shared an update about changes to public access to Orkambi in various provinces. The governments of Saskatchewan, Alberta and Ontario announced…

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