An appeal to improve Wales' Cystic Fibrosis facilities will be launched today at Llandough Hospital.
An outpatient centre for CF patients was opened at the hospital last year - now the Cardiff and Vale Health Charity 'Make it Better' are raising funds for the next phase, which will transfer inpatient beds to one dedicated ward.
At the moment,the beds are spread around the hospital. The Llandough centre is the only facility for CF patients in Wales, with 300 people on the books.
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People in Wales with a form of cystic fibrosis need the same access to a new 'life-changing' drug that people in England are getting, according to a charity. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has called on the Welsh Government's Health Minister to speed up the approval process.
It's written a letter to Lesley Griffiths, saying that withholding a decision on funding Kalydeco (also known as Ivacaftor) here until May would cause 'considerable heartache' and 'agony' for families here. It has been available in England from 1 January 2013.