Rare Disease Day is around the corner
The date is official and it is just around the corner – February 28th 2017. Start getting ready for Rare Disease Day! Last year Rare Genomics Institute (RG) participated in the celebration of the annual Rare Disease Day, and we will be a part of the global phenomenon once again in 2017.
This year is the tenth annual Rare Disease Day. And we at RG will of course be a part of this celebration and anniversary. On the last day of February patients world wide stand together and let their voices be heard.
Rare Disease Day has been growing and expanding since its beginning in 2008. Last year more than 80 countries and regions across the world participated in Rare Disease Day.
Rare Disease Day is an opportunity for RG, the rare disease community and of course patients worldwide to draw attention and awareness on rare diseases. Getting the public’s and the decision-maker’s attention is vital in the fight to find successful treatments and continue to cure rare diseases.
Your participation in Rare Disease Day by donation to RG will help thousands of patients lives. By contributing to Rare Disease Day February 28th you contribute to a brighter future for the patients. A future without rare diseases.
Therefore, we want to raise $5,000 by March 15th . Our goal to raise $5,000 will help patients one step closer to a diagnosis. Every donation counts and makes a difference for people living with or being affected by rare diseases.
Join us in celebrating the tenth annual Rare Disease Day on the last day of February, and help making a change and bring back hope for people affected with rare diseases.
By donating, you'll be joining our community of researchers, doctors, business leaders, and families to bring back hope to patients with rare diseases.
The Rare Genomics Institute Team (RG)
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