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Spectrum – Issue 40

There is much to report in this issue of Spectrum. We include an update on building projects that CFI has been involved in as a partner with our local branches, our network of hospitals and the HSE. Congratulations to the Galway Branch of CFI on opening the new unit for children with CF on 28th July.

Transplant rates continue to rise, with a record breaking 14 CF transplants already taken place so far in 2014. Combination trial results from Vertex are also promising. There is much to be hopeful for.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue of Spectrum.

Spectrum – Issue 39

This issue of Spectrum looks back as well as forward. We feature updates on two completed building projects; Drogheda and Cavan, that will make a big difference to CF services in the north east of Ireland

We review our annual conference in Galway 'Better Together' which remains a highly enjoyable as well as informative event. If you missed it, why not tune in to the podcasts on our website.

We highlight the work of CFI over the last couple of years through a new Impact report. We thank some of those who have fundraised and supported us in recent weeks and we put the spotlight on many positive developments.

Spectrum – Issue 38

The theme of this year's 65 Roses National Awareness Week and conference is 'Better Together'. It is only by working together that we can improve CF services in Ireland. In recent weeks CFI has met with the senior management teams in St Vincent's University Hospital and University Hospital Limerick (in partnership with TLC4CF). We have further forthcoming meetings with Waterford Regional Hospital and the Mater University Hospital on a wide range of CF-related issues. On 13th March a CFI delegation met with Minister James Reilly TD to highlight continuing challenges in CF facilities in Ireland, including in particular in Beaumont Hospital where 13 inpatient rooms are badly needed for adult patients with CF.

Spectrum – Issue 37

The theme of this year's 65 Roses National Awareness Week and conference is 'Better Together'. It is only by working together that we can improve CF services in Ireland. In recent weeks CFI has met with the senior management teams in St Vincent's University Hospital and University Hospital Limerick (in partnership with TLC4CF). We have further forthcoming meetings with Waterford Regional Hospital and the Mater University Hospital on a wide range of CF-related issues. On 13th March a CFI delegation met with Minister James Reilly TD to highlight continuing challenges in CF facilities in Ireland, including in particular in Beaumont Hospital where 13 inpatient rooms are badly needed for adult patients with CF.

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