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Allison Lanier

Allison Lanier

As always, thank you for your support as we work together to spread awareness for the Immune Deficiency Foundation. Your donation helps families like ours have access to invaluable resources.

Help me reach our financial goal by donating, sharing this link with friends, and cheering me on at my half marathon run October 29th!

Did you know:

Sebastian was diagnosed with X-Linked Aggamaglobulinemia in 2021 after catching a complicated form of pneumonia. He was only 14 months old and had showed signs of immune deficiency as early as 6 months. My goal is to share his story with others to raise awareness.

X-linked agammaglobulinemia (a-gam-uh-glob-u-lih-NEE-me-uh) - also called XLA - is an inherited (genetic) immune system disorder that reduces your ability to fight infections. People with XLA might get infections of the inner ear, sinuses, respiratory tract, bloodstream and internal organs.

XLA affects males almost exclusively, although females can be genetic carriers of the condition. Most people with XLA are diagnosed in infancy or early childhood, after they've had repeated infections. Some people aren't diagnosed until adulthood.

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