Take the CPFF Pucker Up Challenge!
This year the Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation is challenging Canadians from coast to coast to pucker up for a great cause to raise awareness, hope, and funds for Canadians living […]
Relevez le défi Qu’une paille pour respirer
Cette année, la Fondation canadienne de la fibrose pulmonaire met au défi les Canadiens et Canadiennes partout au pays de respirer avec une paille pour une bonne cause et sensibiliser […]
Cantalope Puckers Up for PF
Cantelope, the mascot for the Trading Post in Ladysmith, British Columbia, supports the CPFF’s work in promoting awareness of pulmonary fibrosis (PF), a debilitating and life-threatening disease. For people with […]
March 2023 PF News
Canadians with a rare disease are at a disadvantage when it comes to healthcare Yale researchers discover new approach to reversing lung scarring Government of Canada improves access to affordable […]
What You Need to Know About ILD/PF & Exercise – Dr. Stacey Lok, K. Mathison, M. Stevenson
Dr. Stacey Lok, Kirk Mathison, and Melanie Stevenson discuss the diagnosis and treatment of Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD), oxygen, educational resources, and the importance of active living on lung health. […]
My Lung Transplant Journey: It Started With A Cough – Warren Harper
Warren Harper was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and would soon begin his lung transplant journey. This is his story. Tune in to this session and get firsthand insights into his experience.
Physical Activity & Pulmonary Rehab in Pulmonary Fibrosis – Dr. Paul Hernandez
In this session, Dr. Paul Hernandez discusses exercise, physical activity, and pulmonary rehabilitation in pulmonary fibrosis. At the end of this discussion, as a patient with pulmonary fibrosis, you should […]
A Patient’s Journey with Oxygen – Ron Flewett
Ron Flewett shares his experience living with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and his journey with oxygen. He is joined by Debbie Roots, cardiorespiratory nurse consultant.
Generic Antifibrotics: Is a Rose a Rose by Any Other Name? – Dr. Charlene Fell
In this webinar, Dr. Charlene Fell discusses generic antifibrotics for patients with pulmonary fibrosis. Dr. Fell is the former chair of the Canadian Thoracic Society’s Clinical Assembly on Interstitial Lung […]
Breathe Right Exercise Program Video Series
Jill Lommer is an exercise rehabilitation therapist who is leading the Breathe Right Exercise Program funded by BC Lung Foundation. Jill is experienced in supporting those living with COPD and […]