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IPIC has moved!

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, on 27-29 April 2022! IPIC was initially planned to take place in Germany in November 2021.
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IPOPI launches new strategic plan

In the last 24 months, IPOPI undertook a thorough and comprehensive process to develop its new 5-year strategic plan for the 2021-2025 period.
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COVID-19 Learning Expedition Report released

IPOPI launched the COVID-19 Learning Expedition (LEX) in July 2020, to identify, analyse and provide recommendations on issues brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic for patients with primary immunodeficiency (PID).
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IPOPI 25th Anniversary

IPOPI is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and we pleased to celebrate this major milestone with the...
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Growing older with a PID

IPOPI organised its 9th EU PID Forum on ‘Growing older with a PID: transition of care and ageing’ at the European Parliament on June 22, 2017. The meeting was hosted by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) Dr Elena Gentile (S&D Italy), supported by Mr Carlos Zorrinho (S&D Portugal) and counted with the participation of Ms Sirpa Pietikainen (EPP, Finland).
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Rare Disease day

IPOPI joins the rest of the primary immunodeficiency (PID) community in celebrating Rare Disease day today! This year's campaign focuses on the importance of increasing research in rare diseases.