This episode will repeat on 2/28 on Lifetime TV’s, The Balancing Act at 7:00AM ET/PT.

Lifetime Televisions’ daily morning talk show, The Balancing Act , has been an important vehicle in helping raise much needed awareness for rare and genetic diseases.  The show has not only provided an opportunity to showcase the broad problems facing this community as a whole, but has also highlighted some of the individual challenges that patients and other stakeholders face in this fight.  We are grateful to have become a partner with the Balancing Act and Lifetime Television in this critical effort.

If it takes a village just to raise a child—then the audience of a national morning talk show is probably a good place to start when it comes to curing one of a rare disease. With seven thousand rare diseases and in one in every ten Americans being affected by one, The Global Genes Project was honored to be one of the few organizations featured on Lifetime TV’s The Balancing Act.

The morning talk show, which airs on weekday mornings at 7:00am ET/PT, featured Global Genes Founder Nicole Boice on their latest segment: Behind the Mystery: Rare and Genetic.

The series was created with the intention of introducing and uniting patient, physician and scientists with research, education and opportunity to revolutionize the way our health care system works for the Rare and Genetic Minority.

“The Balancing Act has been an important vehicle in helping raise much needed awareness for rare and genetic diseases,” said Nicole Boice.  “The show has not only provided an opportunity to showcase the broad problems facing this community as a whole, but has also highlighted some of the individual challenges that patients and other stakeholders face in this fight.  We are grateful to have become a partner with the Balancing Act and Lifetime Television in this critical effort.

Nicole Boice shares Rare Disease on The Balancing Act

Behind the Mystery of: Rare and Genetic Diseases is a series produced with the intention of introducing and uniting patient, physician, and scientist with research, education and opportunity to revolutionize the way our health care system works for the Rare and Genetic Minority.