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New Rare Disease Miniseries

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Calling all biopharma researchers! Morning show “The Balancing Act” is producing a miniseries called “Roulette Wheel of Rare and Genetic Diseases,” and they are looking for pharmaceutical partners to help educate their audience. The series is working with the Global Genes Project to help educate patients and their families about new research, clinical trials, and government policies that affect those with a rare disease. Patient groups are already excited about this opportunity to spread awareness- take Read More >

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Sickle Cell Anemia: Three ways to help end it

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Sickle Cell Anemia is the most common genetic disease in the United States. It affects more than 80,000 people in America and the trait for the disease is known to be carried by one in 12 African Americans. For those living with the disease, suffering from a sickle cell crisis can be debilitating, reducing a person into a state of intense pain, which often means trips to the hospital that typically last six days. There Read More >

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