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20 April: World Immunology Day Educational Symposium 2012

Hosted by the UCL Centre for Immunodeficiency and UCL Partners

On : Friday 20th April

At: The Russell Hotel, London

Primary immunodeficiency disorders form a group of disorders that vary widely in severity. Those at the mild end of the spectrum can predispose infants and children to frequent minor infections, while the more severe ones lead to life-threatening infections and other life-limiting complications.

This day is a chance to learn about the signs and symptoms, treatments and therapies of patients with Primary Immunodeficiencies (PID).

Immunology specialist doctors, nurses and researchers will present various topics to help you increase your knowledge and awareness of patients with PID.

THIS EVENT IS FREE TO ATTEND AND HAS BEEN AWARDED 3 CPD POINTS BY THE RCP

For further information or if you would like to attend, please contact Marie-Louise Chiew on Marie-louise.chiew@nhs.net     Tel: 020 7794 0500 ext 34892

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