Welcome to CF TV
In this section of our website, we hope to build up a collection of videos - about CF, about our CF Centre and about people who attend it - which we hope will interest and inspire you.
All of us will have surfed YouTube or similar websites looking at informative, funny, and serious video clips, as well as the 'weird n wonderful' stuff out there. Not everything out there, about CF, meets our standards, so do check with us if you have any queries about what you read there, especially if you're thinking of following the author's advice!
Better still, if you have a story to tell, why not make your own video and share it via our website. Alternatively, if you would like to be videoed to tell your tale, get in touch with us and we can arrange to make a video with you! If you have an idea, please contact any of the Editors and we will do our best to turn you into a 'Celeb!' Video's are limited to being 15 minutes long....but then we are all supposed to have 'Fifteen minutes of fame' during our lifetime.
Elaine Betts Story
Elaine, one of our CF Transplant patients, talks about her experiences before and after her Transplant.
Note: A special Thank You to Shelly Stevenson, from Coventry University who has helped us to produce this video about Elaine.
Getting Nosey About CF
Getting Nosey about CF with Olii and Nush is a new cartoon about Cystic Fibrosis developed by the CF Trust. It's aimed at children with CF aged four to eight, to help answer some of the questions they may have about CF. We've included it here as it may give parents, who have Cystic Fibrosis, some ideas about how to explain CF to their children.
A Child Against All Odds
Learn how modern medical advances helped Tom and Wayne become Fathers....Against All Odds.
A Breath of Fresh Air
Stephen Maddison's film is mainly about the first CF clinical trials for the corrective gene but it also contains alot of information about all aspects of CF, with contributions from patients and their relatives and our own Dr Nash.
Live Life, Then Give Life - Cystic Fibrosis
Live Life, then Give Life was produced to help promote organ donation and raise questions about what can be done to improve the transplant service. The film features two of our patients, along with Dr Ed Nash, Martine Grainger (CF Trust & CF Parent) and Majid Mukadam (Transplant Surgeon)