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International Rare Disease Day
Date:2/24/2010

a.net">http://www.orpha.net) and EuroPlan (http://www.europlanproject.eu), will make the case for rare disease research to be included in public funding schemes.

In line with this year's theme, patient organisations are invited to nominate a scientist - who has helped advance research into their disease, to the Rare Disease Research Hall of Fame (39 nominations to date). Individual patients can enter the photo and video contests (more than 300 new entries to date) and share their stories on Facebook (over 6000 fans to date and more than 50 joining each day).

More information on: http://www.rarediseaseday.org

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Paloma Tejada -Tel : +33-(1)-56-53-52-61 -

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