Global Genes Celebrates World Rare Disease Day
February 21, 2014
Global Genes Project
30 million people in the United States are living with rare diseases…many of them children…and they can go undiagnosed for years. Advances in human genome mapping is helping families get treatment faster, and Global Genes is an organization that connects families who are trying to cope. Join President and Founder Nicole Boice and Patient Ilana Jacqueline as they share their stories of hope and support.
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