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People with rare diseases often have limited access to diagnosis, treatment and care. The disparities can be even greater for people from underrepresented racial, ethnic or other minority groups. During this special Rare Disease Day event, two patient organization leaders, a medical professional and a medical student will discuss current initiatives and possible approaches to advancing health equity.
NORD encourages all participants to share their questions and comments in the interest of an open and impactful discussion on this critical topic.
This webinar is intended for patients, caregivers, students and the general public.
Date & Time:
February 25, 2021
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
This event has ended.
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