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In addition to its direct benefit for the primary immune deficiency diseases community, the contract announced today could have far-reaching advantages for others.
We are pleased to be participating in the search for additional therapies for the treatment of primary immune deficiency diseases," said Patrick M.
The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) is the national nonprofit health organization dedicated to improving the diagnosis and treatment of primary immune deficiency diseases through research, education and advocacy.
Patients with primary immune deficiency diseases are often very involved in their care and recent IDF research reveals that many patients take an active role, with their physicians, in selecting IGIV products based on effectiveness, tolerability, and safety.
Primary immunodeficiency diseases (Primary immune deficiency diseases also are known as PI diseases, PIDD, and PID) are a group of genetic diseases in which the immune system's ability to produce specific antibodies to fight off infection is greatly reduced or absent.
Vice President, Medical Affairs, Immune Deficiency Foundation, a national non-profit organization devoted to research and education for the primary immune deficiency diseases.
The Company announced that it would continue its focus on the management and distribution of products and services related to Immune Deficiency diseases, Hepatitis C, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Growth Hormone Deficiency, Hemophilia, Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Oncology.
BALTIMORE -- BALTIMORE, June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A landmark study of Americans with primary immune deficiency diseases (PIDD), released by the Immune Deficiency Foundation, unveiled surprising findings regarding patient treatment needs and experiences.
Some of these disorders are inherited congenitally, leading to the growing list of primary immune deficiency diseases (PIDDs), a set of diseases distinguished from acquired syndromes or those occurring secondary to known sequelae.
Children who suffer from immune deficiency diseases, such as HIV or similar congenital diseases, or those who are allergic to vaccines, should avoid this vaccination," he added.

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