Annual membership to PCD Australia runs from 1 July to 30 June and helps us to cover the increasing administration costs involved in running a professional organisation. Your valued contribution means that we can continue to provide these services and others to support our PCD families around the country.
Ordinary Membership is open to those affected by PCD and their extended families and friends. The first year of membership is now free, to enable members to access resources that will be available in the future through a secure community.
To continue membership after the first year, an annual fee will be applicable due on 1 July each year. Currently membership costs $25 per family ($10.00 for concession card holders). Any new members wishing to pay for membership will receive 2 years of membership.
We hope we will be able to offer some great loyalty benefits to financial members in the near future!
The information contained on this site does not constitute medical advice and the PCDF cannot respond to questions from patients about individual therapies.
The goal of presenting these FAQs and information of a possible treatment picture is not to suggest that this what every PCD patient should be doing, but to make you aware of options for treatment which may or may not be appropriate for you at this time. PCD is rare disorder that is still being investigated.
No one has all the answers about the best or most effective way to treat PCD right now . These FAQs are an effort to address some of the most common questions about PCD that affect the patient population as a whole with the most up-to-date information currently available.
No single treatment plan or therapy is right for everyone with PCD and it is important to consult your physician.