- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Thu, Feb 19 2015 15:40:22
- On 24th February, we held our Scottish reception. The room was packed and it turned out to be a fantastic day.
- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Tue, Feb 24 2015 08:40:30
- — Gregor McNie (@GregorMcNie)Tue, Feb 24 2015 20:24:07Excellent range of speakers at @rarediseaseuk reception. Better diagnosis, treatment and care vital. Great progress made to date though.
- — Keith Swankie (@Keith246rk5)Wed, Feb 25 2015 00:01:24@rarediseaseuk Thought AK speech was key and spot on re sufferers receiving the care they need its a pity some Local Authorities struggle 😎👍
- — Malcolm Chisholm Msp (@MalcolmChishol1)Wed, Feb 25 2015 06:29:03
- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Wed, Feb 25 2015 07:33:34
- Next was our reception at Westminster. We had over 150 people attend!
- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Wed, Feb 25 2015 15:40:55
- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Wed, Feb 25 2015 17:04:28
- — Rare Disease UK (@rarediseaseuk)Wed, Feb 25 2015 17:12:14Alastair Kent OBE, Chair of RDUK: Your inspiration gives us the motivation to bring about change for all affected by #rarediseases
- — Violets in Bloom (@_VioletsInBloom)Wed, Feb 25 2015 18:37:35
Rare Disease Day 2015
Rare Disease Day 2015 took place on 28th February this year. It is an opportunity to raise awareness of those living with a rare disease and highlight its importance as a public health priority. Here's what Rare Disease UK did to mark the event...
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