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Awareness Month Meetings: Little Rock, Omaha and Winston-Salem

Presenters at the IDF Patient Education Meeting in Omaha, NE included (from left) Brett V. Kettelhut, MD, Roger Kobayashi, MD, and James L. Friedlander, MD.

The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) hosted three Patient Education Meetings during National Primary Immunodeficiency Awareness Month this April.

Patient Education Meetings, created and developed by IDF with the help of local volunteers and healthcare professionals, are designed for individuals and family members. By traveling to regions throughout the country, IDF can further promote awareness and offer invaluable information about the treatment and management of primary immunodeficiency diseases from healthcare and life management experts.

Thank you to our presenters and volunteers from each meeting, including:

Little Rock, AR
Saturday, April 6, 2013
IDF Patient Education Meeting

•Terry Harville, MD, PhD – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
•Tina Hatley Merritt, MD – Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Northwest Arkansas
•Kimberly Jones, RN – Baxter Healthcare Corporation
•Stacie M. Jones, MD – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
•Amy M. Scurlock, MD – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Being silly during the Youth Program at the IDF Family Conference Day in Omaha, NE.

Omaha, NE
Saturday, April 20, 2013
IDF Family Conference Day

•James L. Friedlander, MD – Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, P.C.
•Brett V. Kettelhut, MD – Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, P.C.
•Roger Kobayashi, MD – Clinical Professor UCLA School of Medicine

•Dave Hanus

*The IDF Family Conference Day is a patient meeting with a youth program, during which youth (ages 5 and up) meet others their own age as they participate in fun activities, games and sessions about living with or knowing someone with primary immunodeficiency disease.

Winston-Salem, NC
Saturday, April 20, 2013
IDF Patient Education Meeting

•Jason W. Caldwell, D.O. – Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
•Patricia L. Lugar, MD, MS – Duke School of Medicine
•Niraj Patel, MD – Levine Children’s Hospital

IDF appreciates the efforts of all those who helped the Awareness Month Meetings run smoothly. Click here for a list of upcoming IDF events.

IDF Patient Education Programs are supported by charitable donations from Baxter Healthcare Corporation, CSL Behring, Grifols, Biotest Pharmaceuticals, IgG America/ASD Healthcare/US Bioservices, Octapharma, Kedrion Biopharma, Vidara Therapeutics, Walgreens-IG Therapy Program.

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