Consortium gets $6.25 million to study pediatric immune-disorders

10/9/2009 | American City Business Journals

The Primary Immune Deficiency Treatment Consortium, led by the University of California, San Francisco, will use a $6.25 million NIH grant to study ways to improve treatment of life-threatening pediatric immune disorders. The consortium includes 13 pediatric research centers around the country, which serve 60% or more of patients with primary immunodeficiencies in North America.

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