Josh Stokell, shown in a UNC Charlotte lab, started a research project involving bacteria in his lungs caused by his cystic fibrosis. The Children’s Organ Transplant Association is overseeing funding that it will distribute to Stokell for lung-transplant-related services, estimated to reach $75,000 out of pocket.
Josh Stokell, shown in a UNC Charlotte lab, started a research project involving bacteria in his lungs caused by his cystic fibrosis. The Children’s Organ Transplant Association is overseeing funding that it will distribute to Stokell for lung-transplant-related services, estimated to reach $75,000 out of pocket. COURTESY OF BUSHRA KHAN
Josh Stokell, shown in a UNC Charlotte lab, started a research project involving bacteria in his lungs caused by his cystic fibrosis. The Children’s Organ Transplant Association is overseeing funding that it will distribute to Stokell for lung-transplant-related services, estimated to reach $75,000 out of pocket. COURTESY OF BUSHRA KHAN

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May 06, 2015 12:14 PM

Charlotte cystic fibrosis patient studies his own disease

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