rare disease

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rare disease

See Orphan disease.
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Apoplexy is a rare disease among fowls, I believe, but very common among men.
Jones will work in close collaboration with all of the Open Health agencies, driving their present and future partnerships with customers working in rare diseases.
The event had been hosted by Rare Disease UK, a charity which campaigns for health bodies to better recognise rare diseases, and make provisions for people affected by them.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 08 (ANI): Rare diseases, which are often referred to as orphan diseases, are estimated to have impacted 72-96 million people in India.
Being held on February 28, Rare Disease Day helps to raise awareness of rare diseases and in turn improve access to treatments.
At least 60,000 Cypriots suffer from a rare disease President of the Rare Diseases Alliance Androulla Eleftheriou said on the occasion of an awareness event marking Rare Disease Dayon Friday.
The event saw participation by children with rare diseases and their families, care-givers, friends and supporters, including Meraas and Union Coop, local and international companies and associations.
that we believe will build greater and more sustainable value for the benefit of stockholders as well as patients with rare diseases beyond what we could achieve alone.
On February 28, a meeting will be held with patients of rare diseases in a special event to discuss the importance of early detection and what can be provided to patients with rare diseases, from diagnosis to aid in developing a better lifestyle to cope with the rare disease, aiming to share their experiences and provide support.
A MONTH-LONG campaign to raise awareness about rare diseases will be launched next week.
The Rare Disease Showcase saw patients with rare diseases meeting the researchers behind the North East's pioneering work to find cures.
This fall, the two groups plan to release a national survey aimed at collecting feedback from over 1,000 family caregivers of children and adults with rare diseases.