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• 27 & 28 NOV 2020, THE GUILDHALL, CAMBRIDGE, UK • 

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WhAT IS RAREFEST20?

A FREE  hands-on science, technology and arts exhibition with a rare twist.  Visit interactive exhibition stands, listen to talks, watch films.

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Michael McGrath, RAREfest18 speaker and polar explorer

FREE to attend, RAREfest20 is a full day Cambridge Rare Disease Network festival featuring interactive hands-on exhibits showcasing cool science, visionary technology, and pioneering organisations improving lives and bringing hope to those affected by rare diseases. 

Alongside the exhibition there’ll be inspiring talks from experts and powerful patient voices, rare disease inspired art and films.

For a sneak peek of what you can expect, head to our RAREfest18 pages brimming with cool companies, scientists, tech experts, health pros and patients who took part in our first RAREfest exhibition. RAREfest20 exhibitor, speaker and film programme will be released later in the year.

The RAREfest20 exhibition is the second part of a 2 day festival which aims to provide a window into this relatively unknown area of science and to spark curiosity.  Join us at the Cambridge Guildhall, centrally located right on the market square. Open to patients, families, children, students,  healthcare profressioanls, companies, the experts and the curious. All welcome! 

“Be the change you want to see in the world”

Mahatma Gandhi

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WhAT DID VISITORS THINK OF RAREFEST18?

Heartwarming, uplifting and informative, the world’s first-ever festival on rare diseases drew huge crowds to the Guildhall over the weekend of November 30 & December 1, 2018.

Mike Scialom, Cambridge Independent Newspaper

The event was absolutely fantastic. It was obvious how much hard work had gone into it and gaining the balance between industry and public interest must have been a tough navigation, which was pulled off unbelievably well.

Steve Smith, Head of Rare Diseases & Gene Therapy

Lots of people we’ve spoken to today are passers-by. They’re out doing their Christmas shopping. That’s wonderful because it means the topic is broadening out to the wider community.

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There are plenty of jobs to do in the run up to and during #RAREfest20. We’ll be able to find something to suit you and the time you have available.

If we all got involved, imagine the difference we could make? Don’t just follow us, interact with us and join our thriving rare disease community! There’s lots of ways right here to begin your journey with us…

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