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25 November 2013 CSL Behring Launches Innovative Test Kit Designed to Improve Diagnosis of Alpha-1

CSL Behring today announced the availability of DNA1 Advanced Alpha-1 ScreeningTM (DNA1), a new test that aims to improve diagnosis of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1). Launched during Alpha-1 Awareness Month, DNA1 is the only comprehensive Alpha-1 test available that identifies known and unknown clinically relevant genetic variants to help physicians achieve an accurate diagnosis.

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17 November 2010 World COPD Day Feature Story

Huffing and puffing as he carried his luggage through airports at the age of 40, businessman Mike Wummer began to question the chronic shortness of breath he was experiencing at such a young age. Whether playing basketball or trumpet, skiing or glassblowing with his two sons, the active father would frequently have trouble breathing, forcing him to visit the emergency room. Eventually, he was diagnosed with asthma.

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17 May 2008 Melissa Biggs, Fashion Designer and Former Baywatch Actress, Teams with CSL Behring to Raise Awareness of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency, a Commonly Misdiagnosed Respiratory Disease

Melissa Biggs, a fashion designer and actress who appeared on Baywatch was recently named spokesperson for an education campaign on behalf of CSL Behring, and is urging Americans to get tested for alpha1 antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency after her own diagnosis with the condition in 2005.

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14 November 2007 Study Shows Need to Test Greater Number of COPD and Asthma Patients for Underdiagnosed Pulmonary Disease

A new study finds that a higher than expected number of COPD and severe asthma patients had abnormal low levels of alpha-1 antitrypsin (AAT), suggesting that need for broader criteria for AAT deficiency testing. AAT deficiency, also known as Alpha-1, is a widely undiagnosed hereditary disorder that is usually fatal in its severe form.

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