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I was skeptical about the end-results of the BOD retreat, but I played in the sandbox of that weekend and here is what I learned: Board work is that work. It is hard and demanding and I owe a debt

Posted in Issue 54 - Fall 2008

Retreat to Advance

  When Dr. David Sirois, the IPPF’s BOD President, first approached me about joining the Board of Directors, I remember he had a needle in his hand and was about to shoot into a lesion in the back of my

Posted in Issue 54 - Fall 2008

Improving Health Care Access Through Raising Awareness

I have been inspired to write this by two things which happened to me within the same week, and the conviction that the reason for raising awareness is to reduce the time Cleaning pleasant different, virgin dryness could jacket

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The Psychology of Giving

Is it better to have more things for ourselves or to do more for other people Is it better to measure our lives by our money and possessions, or by the sum total and quality of our experiences This is

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Strengthening Community Relations: the IPPF Does its Part to Help Teens

We at the IPPF office in Sacramento are just delighted to introduce to you Carlos Sandoval (pictured, right) and Kuane Greene (pictured, left) who are working in the office this year as our interns. Carlos and Kuane come to us

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Many Things to be Thankful For

I suppose that it’s this time of year that can’t help but make me reflective about all the things to be thankful for. But as they say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not

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Dare We Say Money Can Buy Progress

Beginning way back in 2005 the IPPF hosted an international scientific conference at the NIH (National Institutes of Health) which resulted in an agreement that it was important to develop consensus definitions for the disease of pemphigus. These definitions would

Posted in Issue 54 - Fall 2008


The P/P Registry has been approved by the Western Institutional Review Board (WIRB) and is actively enrolling participants.