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CSL Plasma, one of the world’s largest collectors of human plasma with locations across the country, participates in the IDF Plasma Partners Program, which creates awareness about primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI) and shows the intertwined relationship between patients, plasma donors and employees in plasma collection centers.
On Wednesday, October 14, 2015, Marcia Boyle, IDF President & Founder, and IDF staff members visited CSL Plasma Center in Glen Burnie, MD to celebrate International Plasma Awareness Week (IPAW), October 11-17.
IPAW is held annually and is designed to raise global awareness about source plasma collection; recognize the contributions of plasma donors to saving and improving lives; and increase understanding about lifesaving plasma protein therapies and rare diseases.
Speak with Someone Who Understands
The IDF Peer Support Program is a caring community that connects people and patients who share similar relationships to primary immunodeficiency (PI). Participation in the program gives you the opportunity to interact with one of IDF's peer support volunteers, who is a trained volunteer with personal experience living with PI.