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  1. Thankful Thursday

    Welcome to my newest blog! Please join this weekly blog post with me.

    Today I'm thankful for my husbands career. He is a Co-manager at a grocery store. He just received his yearly raise and it's the highest he's gotten so far! He is very dedicated and works hard. Just like any other job there are good days and bad days. He is often too hard on himself and I constantly remind him that he does the best he can. He deserves this and I'm very proud of him

    I'm also thankful ...
  2. Sasha's Smile

    Hello All!

    My name is Merisa and I am the mother of a beautiful, 1 year old baby girl named Sasha. She was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at just 1 month of age. I recently started a blog about motherhood, life, love, and our fight against cystic fibrosis alongside our baby girl. I hope other parents will be able to read my posts and relate to all the emotions and struggles involved with raising a baby facing a challenging disease. Please feel free to read my blog at the link below. ...
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  3. Positive

    Hi everyone! My name is Meghan, 24 years old, and I have a blog on CF and positivity. I started this before I started PT school last summer, and I'd love to share with you. Hope some of the articles brighten up your day and are relative to whats going on in your life. Happy Health Holidays!!
  4. Canadian adults with CF living longer

    by , 12-16-2014 at 01:09 PM (Chris Baldwin's Cystic Fibrosis Blog)
    Quote Originally Posted by ladybird View Post

    Canadians with cystic fibrosis are living almost 20 years longer than they did two decades ago.
    The median survival age was 49.7 years in 2012, up from 31.9 years in 1990, Dr. Anne Stephenson, a respirologist and research at St. Michael's Hospital wrote in the European Respiratory Journal. Since the paper was written, Dr. Stephenson has updated the median survival age to include Cystic Fibrosis Canada data from 2013 and reported
  5. Flu type A Day 2

    Well she woke up Sunday with a fever 103.5 so we went to the ER. She has the flu and she was already getting ill with low grade fevers and a cough and her CF appointment was going to be today... She had a PORT placed yesterday. She keeps having severe fevers and is exhausted. Will most likely be here for Christmas
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