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The goal of the NIAID Primary Immune Deficiency (PID) Clinic is to accept all primary immune deficiency disease (PIDD) patients for examination and to give them a disease diagnosis and better treatment recommendations.
Patients referred to the PID Clinic also provide NIAID clinicians with the opportunity to study people with unique conditions that may be helpful in advancing our current understanding of immune deficiency diseases.
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The NIAID PID Clinic acts as a gateway at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for anyone who has or is suspected of having a PIDD. Our clinicians specializing in immune deficiency disorders provide comprehensive consultations with a focus on diagnosis and recommendations for management.
Read about NIAID's Role in PIDD Research.
Last Updated July 17, 2012