Immunodeficiency Canada is a national registered charity providing patient support, education and research for a cure for Primary Immunodeficiency (PI).
Ever wonder what is happening within the Immunodeficiency Canada community? Now you can stay up-to-date and get involved by checking our event calendar. Either click the link to a full page version or see the smaller version on he right hand column of this page. We hope that you find it as useful as we do.
LymphoSign Journal publishes novel clinical, translational, or basic research articles aimed at clinicians and scientists in the fields of immunology, gastroenterology, neurology, dermatology, infectious diseases, rheumatology, and hematology. The focus is on defining the molecular basis and treatment of various immune disorders like innate or adaptive immunodeficiency, bone marrow failure, autoimmunity and auto inflammatory disorders and lymphoid malignancies. The Journal also publishes papers that can directly and immediately improve diagnosis and management of patients, including practice guidelines and algorithms.
Check out the journal’s website at www.lymphosign.com. To submit a paper, please click here.
The 2014 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon will be held on Sunday, October 19th, 2014 and registration is now open! If you would like to get involved and run or walk, please click here or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
25000 runners crossed the finish line at last year’s marathon. To see a video recap of the event, click here.
Our team participated in the 2013 marathon. John Paul, an individual with a Primary Immunodeficiency was featured in an article in the Toronto Sun.
Read Toronto Sun article
The 2014 PID Video Conference Series for health care professionals will occur on the following dates:
- May 5, 2014
- July 14, 2014
- September 29, 2014
- November 24, 2014
If you are unable to attend, you can join by webcast. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Implementation of newborn screening for SCID (Severe Combined Immunodeficiency), a major accomplishment for Immunodeficiency Canada.
“This is a monumental triumph to children born with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) and their families. Newborn screening will detect this problem early before complications develop, and allow for prompt life-saving interventions such as bone marrow transplantation. Read More