Bronchiectasis Foundation of New Zealand

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Bronchiectasis is a long term respiratory condition, caused by damage to the lungs' airways. The Foundation supports those affected.

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In Feb 2013, Northland Bronchiectasis Support Group was formed under the guidance of Esther-Jordan Muriwai and Dr.Lance O'Sullivan. Following the passing of Esther-Jordan Muriwai in 2014 the Bronchiectasis Foundation(National Organisation) was launched in Northland under the Patronage of the Former Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Jerry Mataparae to continue her work in supporting all affected by the condition.


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Kathy on 11 May 2020
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Monique
Monique on 11 Oct 2019
Thank you for sharing your stories. My daughter is in hospital being treated for bronchiectasis for the first time. But not the first time she has been in hospital since she arrived into the world. She is the strongest person I know and my inspiration.
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