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Autism and the Immune System: How are They Related?

Did you know that IMMUNOe Health Centers participates in clinical research? In honor of World Autism Day, we wanted to share with you why IMMUNOe is currently participating in autism research. As our understanding of the immune system broadens and expands, scientists are increasingly looking into c …

Symptoms and Causes of CIPD

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  Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIPD), is a rare neurological disorder. It is characterized by the inflammation of nerve roots and peripheral nerves. It is responsible for the destruction of the fatty protective covering layer of the nerves. CIPD delays the signal …

Healthy Facts & Tips for People with Primary Immunodeficiency

  Maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle could help you ease the symptoms of your primary immunodeficiency (PI) and enjoy every day to the fullest. General tips: Avoid alcohol: Say no to alcohol. It can have a negative effect on your liver, putting you at greater risk overall. Choose non …

What is Primary Immunodeficiency?

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  Primary immune deficiency is a disorder responsible for the weakening of the immune system, which allows infections and health problems to occur more easily and often. Most people with this disease are born missing certain immune defense systems, leaving them more exposed to germs. In many c …

What is Intravenous Immune Globulin?

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Intravenous immune globulin (IVIG) is an injection made from healthy human blood that can help protect people with compromised immune systems from infection. The healthy blood used for IVIG usually has particularly high concentrations of important antibodies. It is also used to boost the platelet c …

What Are Primary Immune Deficiencies?

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  Primary immune deficiency (PID) disorders weaken the immune system, putting the body at greater risk for infections and other health problems. They are also called primary immunodeficiency disorders. Cases can be mild enough to go unnoticed for years and severe enough for doctors to diagnose …