We recognised the need for a National Bronchiectasis Charity.
We are here to improve awareness and understanding of this condition, to support those affected, and ultimately, to find better treatments for an improved quality of life for people living with Bronchiectasis.
Improving the lives of people with Bronchiectasis is central to everything we do.
We are driven to make real progress towards more effective treatments a better quality of life and ultimately a cure.
We also aim to make our voices heard with decision-makers within the NHS, pushing Bronchiectasis further up the health and social care agenda. The lack of awareness, late diagnosis and often years of wrong diagnosis ”Asthma in the case of many” is simply not acceptable in the year 2016.