Prime Medicine’s prime editing technology has the potential to bring genetic therapies to all people with cystic fibrosis, ultimately paving the way to a cure.
The Foundation is committed to improving health outcomes for people with cystic fibrosis from underrepresented groups by supporting research projects advancing our understanding of barriers to health equity.
Clarametyx’s novel therapy aims to disrupt bacterial biofilms, one of the primary causes of antibiotic resistance, thereby potentially increasing the effectiveness of existing treatments in fighting a wide range of bacterial infections, including those commonly affecting people with CF.
The Board’s review put Coloradans with CF at the center of the discussion, helping to preserve vital access to Trikafta®.
ViaNautis’ non-viral delivery mechanism, polyNaut®, aims to improve delivery of genetic therapies to the cells of people with CF.
The Foundation, in collaboration with external community advisors, finalizes recommendations in area of Community to help foster more inclusion and improve the experiences of Black people living with and impacted by cystic fibrosis.
Since 2011, the Foundation has awarded $2.5 million across 35 different projects to improve cystic fibrosis newborn screening across the country.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is providing additional funding to Arcturus Therapeutics to develop an inhaled messenger RNA therapy for CF that provides lung cells with the correct instructions to make functional cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator protein. The funding brings our total commitment to Arcturus to approximately $25 million.
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