Although cystic fibrosis (CF) is common, the diagnosis (and subsequent treatment) may be delayed if the presentation is atypical. We present three cases of children with CF who presented with haematological abnormalities. In all cases, they underwent extensive and invasive investigations prior to the diagnosis.
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