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Learn more about CVID

The immune system is by far the most powerful function of the human body. The immune system responds rapidly and directs highly coordinated actions to both foreign invaders (bacteria and viruses) and harmless targets such as healthy tissue and foods. When primed and working well, the human immune from infections and adapts to our environment. When the immune system is weakened by medications, illness or defects in our DNA, this well-orchestrated process can make us sick with infections, chronic inflammation and even severe allergies.

People with a diagnosed condition called CVID or Common Variable Immune Deficiency has faulty protective antibodies. The small proteins our immune system provides recognize foreign invaders swiftly and neutralize attacks on our own bodies. The best treatment for this condition is to replace these faulty or missing antibodies with healthy donor supplied antibodies by infusion into or circulatory system or of skin to be distributed to our whole body.

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Living with CVID

People who have CVID need these life-saving infusions of protective antibodies life-long. They may need to have certain accommodations regarding their environment as well to stay healthy.

Regular follow-up with a health care provider knowledgeable about this disease is important to look for any disease complications and adjust therapy as needed to during the course of their lives.

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Conquering CVID

Other options for treatment may be available for the majority of patients with CVID. State of the art technology has informed doctors, researchers, patients and their families alike to the causes of CVID in the last 5 years alone.

People with a diagnosed condition called CVID or Common Variable Immune Deficiency has faulty protective antibodies. The small proteins our immune system provides recognize foreign invaders swiftly and neutralize attacks on our own bodies. The best treatment for this condition is to replace these faulty or missing antibodies with healthy donor supplied antibodies