Cure can’t come soon enough
From page 1 “They say don’t wrap them up in cotton wool, but we’re walking a tightrope because there are lots of ways to catch an infection.”
She said the family would be lost without the support received from Cystic Fibrosis WA.
“There needs to be a cure for CF; no child should have to go through what my son has gone through,” she said.
May 25 is 65 Roses Day, the day when CFWA aims to sell 15,000 roses to support research into cystic fibrosis.
To buy roses, volunteer or donate, visit https:// www. cfwa. org. au/ 65roses.
Tony Gardiner with items from his royal collection.