December 19, 2017

US – New Publications Available IDF

Immune Deficiency Foundation Transition Guide: From Pediatric to Adult Care

The transition from childhood to adulthood has certain milestones, typically managing your own healthcare, going to school and moving away from home. There are many things to consider, especially for those who are living with a primary immunodeficiency disease (PI). The Immune Deficiency Foundation Transition Guide: Pediatric to Adult Care examines the transition from pediatric to adult healthcare, helping young people with PI prepare how to make their own decisions and manage their health on their own.

This publication was made possible by a charitable grant from Shire.

Understanding the Low T Cell Results from Your Baby’s Newborn Screening: A Guide from the Immune Deficiency Foundation

When parents receive their baby’s newborn screening results with low T cell results, it’s hard to know what that means or what they should do next. The IDF brochure, Understanding the Low T Cell Results from Your Baby’s Newborn Screening: A Guide from the Immune Deficiency Foundation, can help explain what low T cell results can mean and why evaluation and continued visits with a specialist are important.

This publication was made possible by a charitable grant from Associated Public Health Laboratories (APHL).

Download or order* these publications and any IDF publication at no cost to you at www.primaryimmune.org/idf-publications.

*Mailing available to U.S. residents only

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