Join our team and help us get one step closer to a cure for cystic fibrosis – a rare, genetic, life-shortening disease that makes it difficult to breathe.
Kaleb is 22 years old and fighting CF! Please help us find a cure in his lifetime!
Kaleb is a senior in college and has started Trikafta but still has a low lung function. We need a cure!
Kaleb has been fighting this disease his whole life and was born with CF. We didn't find out he has the disease until he was 3 months old. Kaleb has had over 40 surgeries and been hospitalized on average 2-3 times a year for 1-2 weeks. He has multi resistant bacteria that require IV antibiotics. He sees his CF team at USC.
Although advances have been made and he is able to take the corrector Trikafta, we still need a cure. These funds go to just that. Help us make CF stand for Cure Found.
For too long, cystic fibrosis, a rare, genetic disease, has robbed people of tomorrows – progressively limiting their ability to breathe and tragically shortening life. There are approximately 30,000 Americans living with CF. They are moms, dads, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons, friends, and co-workers who struggle every day in the face of this devasting disease.
I walk for them. Will you join me and support my Great Strides fundraising goal?
Real progress has been made for those who have CF, but there is still no cure for this devastating disease and many lives are cut far too short.
By walking with me in Great Strides, you can help accelerate the Foundation’s pursuit of new therapies and provide vital support to meet the needs of the CF community.
Please support me!
Your participation will help us get one step closer to ending this terrible disease. Let’s make CF stand for Cure Found.
By joining our Great Strides team and making a donation, you will be part of a tenacious and passionate group of people committed to ending this disease. Together, let’s make CF stand for Cure Found!
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