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YouTube Viewers are Witnessing the End of a Deadly Disease

Trikafta appears to be a miracle drug for cystic fibrosis sufferers, who are sharing their stories on YouTube

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“I don’t know why I’m so nervous,” Stephi Lee Wright says, as she pops the foil on her first dose of Trikafta. In her video, “The Drug That Could Save My Life: First 2 Weeks (Actual

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