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IDF Retreats

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Learn – Connect – Be a Part of the IDF Community

IDF Retreats are weekend gatherings designed with everyone in the primary immunodeficiency community in mind—including you! Patients, parents, siblings, children and partners are encouraged to attend and learn how to develop better approaches to living with primary immunodeficiency. Plus, you can connect with others going through similar experiences and have some fun! 

Salt Lake City Retreat

Salt Lake City
August 19-21, 2016
Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel
Registration is currently closed.
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  • Outstanding Educational Presentations
  • Valuable Life Management Sessions
  • Opportunities to Connect and Share Experiences
  • Fun Youth and Teen Programs
  • Interactive Exhibits

Special Interest Sessions

Special CGD Program

These sessions, held Sunday morning, will feature a facilitated discussion for patients and families living with CGD as well as a healthcare provider to present and answer questions about CGD. Limited scholarships for retreat registration, hotel room and travel are available. Sponsored by Horizon Pharma.

IDF SCID Program for Young Adults and Older Teens – Now Open for All Types of SCID

Opportunity for young adults and older teens living with Severe Combined Immune Deficiency (SCID) to share experiences and ideas with each other and to present concerns to experts who work with their issues. Limited scholarships for retreat registration, hotel room and travel are available. Sponsored by Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals.

Informative Volunteer Session

IDF has a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals, families, and groups of all ages and concerns. We work with volunteers to find meaningful opportunities that match your skills, talents and interests. Explore the various ways you can make a difference in the PI community.

IDF Retreats are supported by charitable donations from CSL Behring, Grifols, Shire
Horizon Pharma, IgG America\ASD Healthcare\US Bioservices, and Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals.