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Posted on 25. February 2021

What Is Rare Disease Day?

Rare Disease Day is the official international awareness-raising campaign for rare diseases that takes place on the last day of February each year. The main objective of the campaign is to raise awareness among the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives. [More]
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Posted on 11. February 2021

Pouring from an Empty Cup? Here are Some Self-Care Tips for Caregivers

Beverly Nelson shares how important self-care is for the wellbeing of caregivers. [More]
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Posted on 7. January 2021

Friend Check

Abbie Cornett, patient advocate for IG Living, shares how important it is to reach out to friends during the pandemic. [More]
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Posted on 17. December 2020

THE EMOTIONAL TOLL OF 2020

A piece about how emotional trauma impacts the brain and body and what it means for New Year’s health. [More]
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Posted on 5. November 2020

ATTENTION PATIENTS!

For patients receiving IVIG in their home because of the Medicare IVIG Demonstration project, this demo is scheduled to conclude on Dec. 31, 2020. However, H.R. 7839 has been introduced to extend the Medicare IVIG Demonstration project through Dec. 31, 2022. [More]
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Posted on 29. October 2020

It’s Time to Review Your Medicare Coverage

Seem Verma, administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is encouraging all people with Medicare to review their current health and prescription drug coverage. [More]
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Posted on 15. October 2020

Fake It Till You Make It!

Patient advocate Abbie Cornett tell readers how smiling can make you and those around you happier. [More]
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Categories: Life With IG
Posted on 24. September 2020

Seniors: Get Your Flu Shot This Fall – It’s Important!

Seem Verma, Administrator for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, explains why it is more important than ever for seniors to get the flu vaccine. [More]
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