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Cystic Fibrosis Australia is proud to present the Sydney Surf Classic. This is a celebration of Australia’s affinity with the ocean and its benefits to people who live with Cystic Fibrosis.
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22-Aug-2014 - International Business Times
David Kuhn is a 62-year-old retired patriarch running around the US to help his granddaughter Kylie who is suffering from cystic fibrosis.
21-Aug-2014 - ABC Radio National
The latest news from the world of science with Chris Smith.
21-Aug-2014 - The New Zealand Herald
Jack Dragicevich was almost 3 when he pulled a bowl of boiling water over himself, scalding his chest so badly he needs skin grafts
21-Aug-2014 - The Medical News
Young people with chronic illnesses face uncertainty when their care is transferred from pediatrics to adult-oriented health professionals.
21-Aug-2014 - Pharmacy Daily
THE Therapeutic Goods Administration has added Ivacaftor (Kalydeco), Sodium phenylbutrate (Pheburane) and Siltuximab (Sylvant) as orphan drugs.
21-Aug-2014 - Peninsula Community Access News
Umina residents Craig and Danielle Sheehan will host a walkathon on Saturday, October 11, in an effort to raise $20,000 for the
21-Aug-2014 - Respiratory Update
An Australian-led research team has developed an X-ray imaging system that measures the impact of rehydrating agents on airways affected
21-Aug-2014 - Fairfax Media - The Marlborough Express (Epaper)
When Keven Mealamu approached his opposing hooker at the end of an unsatisfying Bledisloe Cup stalemate in Sydney on Saturday night,
20-Aug-2014 - Herald Sun - Sport
THE eyes of Australian rugby fans will be trained on Eden Park this weekend as the Wallabies look to make history against the All Blacks.
20-Aug-2014 - The New Zealand Herald
Wallabies hooker Nathan Charles says the Eden Park battleground provides the perfect escape from the "stigma" and "sympathy" that comes with suffering from cystic fibrosis.