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Global Genes

A total of 273 posts are filed under Global Genes
Why a Sports Physical May Trigger a Doctor to Think About a Rare Diagnosis
Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue. Though people with the disease can look long and lean and… Continue Reading
What Works When You Need to Crowdfund for Sequencing
The cost of whole exome sequencing has fallen rapidly, but even though it can represent the fastest path to a clear diagnosis for patients… Continue Reading
UPenn’s Orphan Disease Center Takes a Rare Approach
    Rare disease centers at academic institutions are usually places that focus on early-stage research of faculty members, but the Orphan… Continue Reading
Global Genes Rare Disease Stock Index Falls 7.51% After Tumultuous Week
The Global Genes Rare Disease Stock Index fell 7.51 percent for the week ending February 9, as the market engaaged in wild swings that had… Continue Reading
The Education of a Young Doctor
After completing a master’s degree in neuroscience, Jessie Kulaga-Yoskovitz needed to find a job before she began medical school. A friend… Continue Reading
How Patients Can Accelerate Translational Research in Rare Disease
World Rare Disease Day is marked on the last day of February by rare disease patient advocates across the globe as a way to raise awareness.… Continue Reading
Global Genes Rare Disease Stock Index Falls 3.84% for the Week as Stock Have Worst Week in Two Years
Stocks tumbled on Friday in the single biggest percentage decline in the Dow Jones Industrial Average since June 2016 and its worst weekly… Continue Reading

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