A Flint man dying from cystic fibrosis is holding out hope he will live to see his 21st birthday next week, and his mother is making sure he gets a couple of last wishes granted.
Diplomat, the nation’s largest independent specialty pharmacy, has been chosen as a distributor for Bethkis tobramycin inhalation solution, a treatment of chronic bacterial lung infections caused by P. aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis patients.
A local noted artist is stepping up to lend a hand with one non-profit while keeping it all in the family.
NanoBio Corp. said it will present data from two separate preclinical studies at the 52nd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy meeting this week in San Francisco.
Visitors will see Godbee, WWJ legal analyst and Talk Radio 1270 talk show host Charlie Langton, 97.1 The Ticket’s Bill McAllister and other celebrities swing for the fences.
Non-profit organizations like the Bonnell Foundation are helping families navigate a life with CF. Anyone who needs help with medical bills, lung transplant funds or a college education can visit the Bonnell Foundation.
Lyndsey Scott, a 28-year-old transplant recipient, thought her life was about to be saved. But the lungs she received belonged to someone who had smoked for 30 years. Five months later she was dead.