The question might seem simple but the answer is complicated for people living with cystic fibrosis. Beckett’s life is filled with typical nine-year-old activities: diving lessons, sleepovers, summer camp. But cystic fibrosis is always there, interrupting plans, threatening to take over. There is no cure.
“By all accounts, Beckett’s not going to get the same time as everyone else,” says Beckett’s mom Desneige. “I can give him an ordinary life or an extraordinary one and I choose extraordinary. That’s what cystic fibrosis demands of us...”
Do something extraordinary right now, for Beckett and the thousands of other Canadians living with cystic fibrosis. Help us find the answers to the hard questions that still surround cystic fibrosis. Help us find a cure. Please give.