Breathing Life into Research for Almost 100 Years

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From Dr. R. G. Ferguson conducting internationally recognized tuberculosis research in the 1920s to recruiting the first children's lung specialist to Saskatchewan in the late 1990s, and continuing today with research grants and fellowships; the Lung Association has been funding research in the province for almost 100 years.

The Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) has featured the research history of the Lung Association in their latest magazine.

SHRF Article

Full magazine available from the SHRF website.

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