The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the lives of just about everyone, especially patients in receiving continued treatment and care. But what does it mean for patients who already have trouble accessing therapies or with finding and engaging with others like them? Cambridge Rare Disease Network provides insight.
RAREfest proved a huge success – check our print edition for details, with more online content to follow – but was overshadowed by a shocking story of gene-editing abuse which took place in China very recently.
There was a lot of goodwill – even love – at the Wellcome Genome Campus conference centre for RAREsummit this week.
Cambridge Rare Disease Network is gearing up for its 4th RAREsummit on September 23 at the Wellcome Genome Campus and excitement is building for what promises to be an innovative event challenging the status quo.
Rebecca Pender came from Glasgow to share her story at the recent RAREfest event, a world-first rare disease conference open to the public. Her talk at the Guildhall was tremendously moving.
Heartwarming, uplifting and informative, the world’s first-ever festival on rare diseases drew huge crowds to the Guildhall at the weekend (November 30/December 1). RAREfest was organised by Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN) to “engage, educate and empower” those with rare diseases, their families, researchers, clinicians and support groups.