Climbing Helped Improve CFer’s Health

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Patients with cystic fibrosis use different forms of exercise to keep fit and healthy.

Cystic fibrosis patient, Katie Murphy, told BBC News, how climbing has helped her manage her cystic fibrosis and improve her overall health.

“Now I haven’t been in hospital for two years.”

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There are many benefits of exercise and activities that stimulate breathing for cystic fibrosis patients. Here are some outstanding examples of how life-changing it can be.

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