IG Living Blog

Dedicated to bringing comprehensive healthcare information, immune globulin information, community lifestyle and reimbursement news.

Posted on 10. March 2016

Happy Anniversary, IG Living!

Help IG Living celebrate 10 years of supporting patients with chronic illness who need life-saving plasma therapies to live [More]
Posted on 28. January 2016

Learning to Love Valentine’s Day

For most of my life, just the mention of Valentine’s Day would give me hives. Growing up, I wasn’t the kind of girl whom everyone wanted to be friends with. This was before teachers started requiring that everyone in the class be given a card. [More]
Posted on 31. December 2015

A Chance to Participate in a Gene Study for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine is conducting a gene study for people diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome [More]
Posted on 1. October 2015

PANDAS/PANS Awareness Week

IG Living and I Give for Kids are supporting the national PANDAS/PANS Network Awareness Day on October 9. PANDAS/PANS is a devastating childhood disease with profound symptoms that can be devastating for families [More]
Posted on 11. July 2013

Hello Baltimore!

Attending the annual Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) national conference can be eye-opening for a PIDD patient. Attending as a teen and meeting others who share your experience can be life changing. [More]
Posted on 2. May 2013

Learning To Cope With Pain

As parents, it is difficult to see our children cope with pain especially when they have a primary immune deficiency disease. Our job as parents is finding the best ways to help them through it. [More]
Posted on 25. April 2013

Indebted to the Doctor Who Saved My Life

Sometimes our lives are impacted by people who seem to be angels in disguise. For this young IVIG patient, that angel was a skilled physician with a warm Southern accent. [More]
Posted on 14. March 2013

Rise, Shine and Pray for Strength

Getting kids out of bed in the morning can be challenging. When your child has primary immunodeficiency and wakes up feeling sick and exhausted, the task at hand can seem insurmountable. [More]