The biggest week in our fundraising calendar is here! Find out how, with your support, we're changing the lives of people with cystic fibrosis across the UK.
Read the latest issue of our CF Life magazine online today, and find out more about mental health and CF, the discovery of the CF gene and the results of our CF Creates competition.
We're the largest charity funder of cystic fibrosis research in the UK. Explore some of our recent achievements, made possible by our supporters...
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Cystic fibrosis is a genetic condition affecting more than 10,400 people in the UK. Find out why it's also a lot more than that.
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Join Team CF for this challenging walk. Standing at 978m high, Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has been funding research into digital health monitoring since 2016, with the hope that by using simple technology and clever algorithms the care of people with CF might be made more effective and efficient. Here, Dr Janet Allen, Director of Strategic Innovation at the Trust, explains the work being led by Professor Andres Floto, Professor of Respiratory Biology at the University of Cambridge. Read how the findings from his work in adults with CF from the SmartCareCF programme have led to a new study known as Project Breathe, which will explore how digital health monitoring could change the lives of people with CF everywhere and reduce the burden of care.
We invest more money into cystic fibrosis research than any other UK organisation.
Find out more about our vision for a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis for everyone with the condition, and our strategy for getting there.
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Discover answers to frequently asked questions about cystic fibrosis.