One million American mostly children suffer from genetic immune diseases tht can cause everything from mild infections to death. Many cases go undiagnosed but a new public service ad campaign from the Ad Council hopes to change that.
New public service announcements airing this month hope to make parents more aware of Primary Imunodeficiency Disorder or P.I. Experts say a simple blood test can be the first step in identifying P.I.
To learn more about the warning signs and symptoms of Primary Immune Deficiency Disease call toll free 1-866-INFO-4-PI or og onto www.info4pi.org.
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