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Our Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (WAS) patients are constantly supported through treatment, education and 24/7 access to clinical experts. We understand the unique needs of patients, the concerns of their caregivers and the level of communication expected from prescribers. Like many autoimmune diseases, WAS is chronic and recessive, often requiring immune globulin therapy and iron supplements to manage symptoms. We’re here to help patients cope with infections and bleeding events, and make sure their medication arrives on time, every time. Throughout therapy, we answer patients’ questions and give them the resources they need.

Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome

One of the first steps after a Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (WAS) diagnosis is understanding the condition. The information on this site and linked sites is not meant to replace your physician’s advice, medical care or a diagnosis. If you have questions about your disease, please ask your prescriber.

Overview

Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome is an X-linked recessive trait that can affect the patient’s ability to form blood clots and their susceptibility to autoimmune disease.

Inability to form blood clots is due to a diminished platelet count and platelets that are smaller than normal. This can lead to easy bruising or excessive bleeding.

Susceptibility to autoimmune disease and infection is a result of white blood cells not functioning properly in WAS patients.

Common symptoms of WAS include eczema; prolonged nosebleeds; bruises or bleeding in the skin, bowels and gums; and respiratory infections, including sinusitis and pneumonia.

While it isn’t clear how many people are affected by WAS, it is extremely rare, occurring in somewhere between one and 10 males per million. It is even more rare in females.

Sources

Immune Deficiency Foundation
Genetics Home Reference
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease

The information contained herein may not be construed as medical advice. It is for educational purposes only. Diplomat Pharmacy Inc. takes no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of the information contained herein, nor the claims or statements of any manufacturer.

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In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. We are passionate about adherence and want our patients to have successful treatments; in-home care reduces costs and helps patients maintain independence.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery per patient’s or prescriber’s instructions.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep them and their loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If necessary, our patients receive prior authorization and appeals assistance. Our benefits investigation team helps them every step of the way.

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BioFeedback is a health outcomes reporting system that provides physicians with routine, trended reports of their patients’ progress, including:

  • Ig dispense history
  • Infection and medical event histories
  • Quality of life scores

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How We
Help

In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. We are passionate about adherence and want our patients to have successful treatments; in-home care reduces costs and helps patients maintain independence.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery per patient’s or prescriber’s instructions. We don’t let anything get between a patient and their treatment.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep them and their loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If necessary, our patients receive prior authorization and appeals assistance. Our benefits investigation team helps them every step of the way.

Featured Technology

BioFeedback is a health outcomes reporting system that provides physicians with routine, trended reports of their patients’ progress, including:

  • Ig dispense history
  • Infection and medical event histories
  • Quality of life scores

Take the first step in partnering with us.

Return to homepage

How We
Help

In-Home Care

We offer in-home services to make care more convenient for patients and reduce the burden on caregivers. To help patients maintain independence, we provide in-home nurses and training for those who wish to self-administer treatments outside of a clinical setting.

Shipping

We do everything we can to ensure the right medications arrive on time in the right place. Diplomat coordinates with a third-party carrier to facilitate delivery according to your instructions or those of your doctor.

Education

At Diplomat, we want our patients to have everything they need to feel supported. That’s why we provide disease–state specific education materials to keep you and your loved ones informed.

Advocacy

We understand that navigating the complex health care system can be a burden. We try to lighten it by providing advocacy services that offer personalized help when patients need it. If you need copay assistance, our funding team goes to work, connecting you with the third-party organizations that can help. We’re here for you every step of the way.

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