Last Week’s Hot Topic on Cystic Fibrosis

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Last week’s hot topic on Cystic Fibrosis was ‘Salty Kids’ to Capture Challenges of Children and Families Living with Cystic Fibrosis written by Charles Moore.

The article is focused on Ian Ross Pettigrew, the Hamilton, Ontario-based photographer and the creator of the ‘Salty Girls’ photo project and book of the same name, who is now carrying on with the next stage of his project: capturing images of people living with cystic fibrosis (CF). Salty Kids will containing a gallery of images of children with CF and, sometimes, their parents and siblings.

Thanks to the work of Ian Ross Pettigrew and the awareness he’s raising to the CF cause, more money may be raised to fund advances in current treatments and promising genetic therapies.

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