RAREfest22 is the world’s only rare disease-inspired festival attracting an audience of stakeholders alongside the public. Festival-goers listen to expert talks, watch films, interact with around 25 exhibits, hear powerful patient stories and mingle with those taking part and others attending.
It doesn’t matter where you live in the World when you are given your fibromyalgia diagnosis, one of the first things you want to know is where to get information that you can rely on.
Patient Engagement Day with Prime Patient – Did you miss it?
UPDATED to include an article by Olivia Kersey, Patient Strategist, at PEP Talks, which outlines the highlights of the very first annual Patient Engagement Day.
Taryn is delivering the Ataxia UKs medical guidelines to her GP in Sunderland for the campaign. Educating doctors is important to help this rare condition, ataxia, get recognised. Knowing about the disease can help people with symptoms to get noticed sooner… and diagnosed quicker.
Do you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be quite debilitating and many members of FibroFlutters have been diagnosed with it. To help people understand the condition better, and raise awareness, I share this video and information leaflet. The intense pain leaves me pacing and then writhing, and pacing and writhing…. … […]
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RAREsummit is more than an event – it’s where the magic happens. A powerful movement for change that provides the right ingredients and ecosystem for a better future, where productive collaborations are nurtured and flourish for real patient impact.
Unfortunately, there is no one-size fits all solution to the management of fibromyalgia.
The word ‘ataxia’ comes from the Greek ‘a taxis’, which means ‘without order’.
Our mission is to bring back some of the order to the lack of order
It is the term used for a group of neurodegenerative diseases that affect balance and coordination.
Great opportunity to get together with other guys that have rare diseases and mental health issues.
Meet in a safe space, talk about what you are going through and offer support to each other if and where needed.