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Giving Tuesday

GIVE. #givingtuesday December 1, Giving Tuesday, kicks-off the ultimate season of kindness, hope and caring for our global community. A donation to the Foundation is forever appreciated, but there are so many ways to give, big and small. We ask this year, a year that has brought such unprecedented challenges, that you join us, in…

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2018 GBS|CIDP Foundation Research Grant Recipient Publishes Update in Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychology

CSF sphingomyelin: a new biomarker of demyelination in the diagnosis and management of CIDP and GBS Principal Investigators: Luana Benedetti, MD, PhD  and  Lucilla Nobbio, PhD, University of Genova, ITALY CIDP and GBS are immune-mediated neuropathies characterized by strong heterogeneity in terms of clinical manifestations, prognosis and response to treatment. They are treatable diseases and early…

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Foundation Hosted Patient Listening Session on Guillain-Barre Syndrome with The FDA

On September 29, 2020, the GBS|CIDP Foundation International organized a patient-led listening session on Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). More than 30 members of various branches within the FDA logged on to the virtual meeting to hear about patients’ experiences with GBS. The FDA’s role was to listen and learn about what life is like during and…

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Plasma Please

Plasma is the straw-colored liquid portion of blood that contains proteins that are essential for the human body, including antibodies and clotting factors. Antibodies (also known as immunoglobulins) play an important role in health and illness. Many patients living with CIDP, MMN or Variants regularly receive intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) subcutaneous immunoglobulin (SCIG) to treat the…

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