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Solving the puzzle of cystic fibrosis and its treatments is a Nobel Prize-worthy breakthrough

By John Bergeron, Emeritus Robert Reford Professor and Professor of Medicine, McGill University
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Unlocking the genetic cause of cystic fibrosis, and identifying treatments, has moved the prognosis from near certain death in infancy, to a median survival in Canada of 52 years.The Conversation

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