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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
IPOPI is delighted to invite you all to participate in the next International Primary Immunodeficiencies Congress – IPIC 5th Edition – which will be held in Vilamoura (Algarve), Portugal, in April 27-29, 2022.
IPIC was initially planned to take place in Germany in November 2021 but in light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and additional unexpected logistical circumstances, IPIC was moved to 2022 and to Portugal!
Our decision to move from Berlin to Vilamoura and push forward our dates by a few months is rooted in our determination to offer an optimized solution for our delegates and community. Prepare yourself for a congress experience and a scientific programme that will be well worth the wait!
The Algarve Congress Center in Vilamoura is our new venue, a great facility located in Southern Portugal and a mere 15min away from Faro international airport, with other nearby airports in Lisbon and Sevilla (Spain).
IPIC 5th Edition will bring together clinicians with an interest in primary immunodeficiencies (PIDs)/human inborn errors of immunity alongside leading physicians in the field, patient organisation representatives, nurses and other interested stakeholders. The Congress will build on our previous events and promises to deliver a diverse and stimulating scientific programme on the state of the art of diagnosis and clinical care of PIDs.
IPOPI is delighted to invite you to the next International Primary Immunodeficiencies Congress -IPIC 5th edition- which will be held on 27-29 April 2022 in Vilamoura (Algarve), Portugal!
IPOPI has once again teamed up with top scientific and clinical experts in the PID field to ensure the latest and most pressing clinical care priorities are featured on the programme.
We call upon the Ecuadorian health authorities to ensure Salome gets her #immunoglobulin treatment with no further delay. There are no alternative treatments for her & @WHO considers #immunoglobulin therapies as essential medicines for #PID patients! https://bit.ly/2PXQLob https://twitter.com/FundacionPide/status/1390426942059470852
Ella es Salomé, y tiene #InmunodeficienciaPrimaria y no ha recibido su tratamiento de sustitución con #inmunoglobulina en 6 meses, ahora está hospitalizada con neumonia, hasta cuando esperamos que las autoridades compren su tratamiento?
@IESSec @Salud_Ec @DerechoSaludAN @IESSHCAM
Sure let’s go hand in glove. Caring for and curing when possible matter! https://twitter.com/afspid/status/1387248874625064962
The practices of clinical immunology & pediatric infectious diseases go hand in glove often times. In many African countries, a specialist in one (if present) practices both. Follow our colleagues at @ipopi_info & http://www.asid-africa.org/ to follow their work. @martinepergent
PI patient need to be vaccinated, the sooner the best, and some rare mutations as an emergency as they are at high risk of severe COVID-19, medical science has stated! https://twitter.com/ciponational/status/1389943143978635271
There is still no vaccination plan for PI patients in BC, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia. Please continue to write letters to your local MPs. We've made it easy to write to them with the link below
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