Plasma True Stories
A new video campaign asks real patients from around the world to look in the camera and explain why plasma donations matter.
Booster Shots for the Immune Compromised
U.S. agencies recommend a third COVID-19 vaccine for primary immunodeficiency patients and organ transplant recipients.
Explainer: What Is Subcutaneous?
Different than an IV, this method delivers medicine below the skin and can be self-administered by some patients.
Sharing Best Practices in Immunology
CSL brought together 300 researchers and clinicians from more than 30 countries for a virtual conference.
Officials Meet With the Rare Disease Community
The experts encouraged patients to get vaccinated but acknowledged questions about COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness for those w…
3 Things to Know About Antibodies
For some, production of antibodies isn’t a sure thing, complicating the hoped-for end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Should PI Patients Stay Masked?
Loosening rules for COVID-19-vaccinated people don’t always apply to those who are immunocompromised, the Immune Deficiency F…
Do COVID-19 Vaccines Protect PI Patients?
U.S. launches a study to “fill the knowledge gap” about COVID-19 and immune deficiencies.
Video: What Is Primary Immunodeficiency?
Did you know? An estimated 6 million people worldwide live with serious immune system problems.
Stay Safe With "Sharps"
An expert nurse offers advice for patients who self-infuse medicines at home.
What Gives You Hope for the New Year?
After months of fear and uncertainty, we asked the rare disease community to share what drives them forward.