The International Rare Diseases Research Consortium (IRDiRC) is proud to announce the new vision and goals for 2017-2027. See the publication HERE.

We are glad to invite you to the 4th edition of the International congress of research on rare and orphan diseases that will be held in Bologna (Italy), from 7th to 10th March 2018.

It will be a moment of interaction, dialogue, study and development on issues related to rare diseases research.
Visit the website for more information on the program and to register taking advantage of the early registration fee! http://bit.ly/REACTCongress2018

 

E-Rare Newsletter February 2016

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E-Rare Newsletter February 2016

Join us in making the voice of rare diseases heard

29 February 2016 is Rare Disease Day! Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives.

Since  Rare  Disease  Day  was  first  launched  by  EURORDIS  and  its  Council  of  National Alliances  in  2008, thousands  of events  have  taken place  throughout  the  world  reaching hundreds of thousands of people and resulting in a great deal of media coverage.

On rarediseaseday.org you  can  find  information  about  the  thousands  of  events  happening around the world to build awareness for people living with a rare disease and their families.

We are delighted to share with you the 2016 Rare Disease Day video. The video celebrates the special moments in the lives of people living with a rare disease.

Did you know that E-Rare is cellebrating its 10th anniversary in 2016?

To mark the occasion, E-Rare is going to issue a serie of special documents and movies throughout the year that we will be happy to share with you!
Have a look at the E-Rare 10 years anniversary brochure to discover more on the work and the results of E-Rare from 2006 to 2016.

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