Health A $300,000-a-year drug is helping this young cystic fibrosis patient live Add to ...


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Shan Rée, 10, was born with cystic fibrosis, a rare genetic disease that kills half of its victims before the age of 34. Her life is being markedly improved by a 'miracle drug' that costs around $300,000 a year

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