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Positive results from a study of ivacaftor (Kalydeco®) in children ages 1 to 2 were announced today.
Two Phase 3 clinical trials of tezacaftor (VX-661) in combination with ivacaftor (Kalydeco®) showed positive results, Vertex Pharmaceuticals announced today.
It can be difficult to find time for daily CF treatments in your already jam-packed lives, but your respiratory therapist can help.
Our daughter's airway clearance treatment with the vest went more smoothly after we learned a few tricks.
Before you can walk a mile in a person with CF's shoes, you have to put on a nebulizer.
When your life is already jam-packed with nebulizing medications, why would you add one more?
Antibiotics fight infections caused by bacteria. They should not be used to treat infections caused by viruses (such as the flu) or types of fungi, which include yeasts and molds.
Mucus thinners, such as mucolytics, are inhaled medications that help thin the mucus in the airways so you can cough it out of your lungs more easily. The three main types of mucus thinners are hypertonic saline, mannitol (Bronchitol®), and dornase alfa (Pulmozyme®).