Half way through 2017 (almost)!

By the time this newsletter reaches INGID members, we will have reached Winter or Summer Solstice and the longest, or shortest day of the year, depending which hemisphere you live in! 

Wherever you are in the world, the work and challenges we all undertake caring for people living with PID have many similarities.

As we head towards the mid way point of 2017, we may be dealing with all the challenges that Winter brings for people living with PID;  more frequent coughs and colds and the associated problems of the cooler months. Or we may be enjoying the warmer months in the Northern hemisphere.

This month, we will begin to get to know our INGID colleagues and an Interview with a nurse specialist from new Zealand is our focus.

Please remember that if you have any questions for your INGID colleagues, you are most welcome to send a note through to any one of the board members.



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