Immunoglobulin replacement therapy
We provide intravenous and subcutaneous immunoglobulin replacement therapy at our infusion ward in the institute of immunity and transplantation at the Royal Free Hospital. We can also supervise your treatment at home or another centre.
For more information download our immunoglobulin replacement therapy leaflet or contact Andrew Symes, clinical nurse specialist in immunology on 020 7830 2140 or bleep 2029 via switchboard (020 7794 0500) or by email at email@example.com.
Donating plasma to make immunoglobulin
Immunoglobulins are made from donated blood plasma. There is always a need for donors. Find out more about donating plasma to the NHS at www.blood.co.uk/plasma