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COVID-19 Vaccine and Individuals with CdLS

COVID-19 Vaccine and Individuals with CdLS

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and the Moderna vaccine that have been approved for an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), were about 95% effective at reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection. These are mRNA vaccines, not...

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Celebrating Norm

Celebrating Norm

Norm Winnerman, valued member of the CdLS Foundation will be receiving the Rare Impact Award from NORD. NORD will be honoring all exceptional awardees, virtually, on October 9, 2020 at 7:00 pm EST. The award honors his years of service as a pioneer, mentor and...

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Protected Tomorrows: Parent University

Protected Tomorrows: Parent University

Protected Tomorrows will continue to provide their free Parent University webinars. If you have time to listen to the prior classes while you are staying in place at home, consider this an opportunity to do some planning. They look forward to helping you move forward...

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Resources from CdLS Experts

Resources from CdLS Experts

With social distancing, school closures and many other essential services being closed due to COVID-19. We have compiled a list from our CdLS experts on in-home therapies that you can do with your loved ones to ensure that they are still working on their well-being....

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COVID-19 CdLS Foundation Update

COVID-19 CdLS Foundation Update

Updated: 3/27/2020 3:52 PM We have been able to gather more information regarding CdLS and COVID-19. "Individuals with CdLS and immune deficiency have "antibody immune deficiency". Antibodies are not a critical part of the immune system necessary for fighting...

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