Modern Management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders course hosted by Recordati on in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 18 - 20 October 2018.
Scientific and technological advancements are rapidly enabling neonatal screening for ever more congenital conditions to become available.
The #IGD2018 #rarestars campaign will focus upon doctors, nurses, scientists, patient advocates and those involved in the pharmaceutical industry, who all work hard to improve the quality of life for the entire Gaucher patient community.
A patient survey has been created to help understand what are patients' needs. The survey has been translated into 7 languages.
In 2018, the EHFG will focus on health within the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Agenda 2030, and challenge participants and programme partners to explore how all can contribute to reaching the SDG targets, safeguarding health in Europe and beyond, and advancing sustainable development.
The 16th International Conference on Rare Diseases «Understanding rare diseases» will be held at the Exploris Training and Recreation Centre in Serock between 28 June and 1 July 2018.
The primary aim of the Fabry expert meeting is to facilitate collaboration between patient organisations around the world to support those affected by Fabry disease.
This course is firstly dedicated to adult and paediatric neurologists, to specialists in biochemical genetics and to nutritionists interested in the nutrition role of B vitamins.
CDG are a family of rare metabolic diseases with low visibility, without targeted therapeutic solutions and generally unknown among the medical and scientific communities.
We are pleased to announce that the EHFG would like to once more offer a number of Young Forum Gastein scholarships to attend the 21st EHFG.