Recent Examples of cystic fibrosis from the Web
At issue is a cystic fibrosis drug called Orkambi, which is sold by Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX).
Zen Diaries attributes much of the conflict in Shandling’s life to the loss of his older brother, Barry, who had cystic fibrosis and who died when both were children.
The first was the 1960 death of his older brother Barry from cystic fibrosis.
There were a few other children's hospitals in the world that were doing it; one of the first was Duke University, which found that walking patients with cystic fibrosis much improved lung transplant outcomes.
The film reveals that the death of Shandling’s older brother from cystic fibrosis when Shandling was 10 became a pivotal event, reverberating in his relationship with his suddenly clingy mother, his future love affairs, and his quest for honesty.
Once again, Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX) is battling a government over the price of a cystic fibrosis drug.
His mother, Ridaa, said he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and other liver conditions four years ago, and now needs a $565,000 transplant.
The West Allis team has won the cystic fibrosis climb held every fall for five years in a row.
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Definition of cystic fibrosis for English Language Learners
medical : a very serious disease that usually appears in young children and that makes it hard to breathe and to digest food properly
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