Diane Shader Smith

advocate for cystic fibrosis patients

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“Salt in My Soul” is a documentary and book about former KCRW intern Mallory Smith, who died of cystic fibrosis at age 25.

After losing daughter to cystic fibrosis, a mom is sharing ‘Salt in My Soul’ to help others

“Salt in My Soul” is a documentary and book about former KCRW intern Mallory Smith, who died of cystic fibrosis at age 25.

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