Papillary renal cell carcinoma
Synonyms: Papillary renal cell adenocarcinoma
Papillary renal cell carcinoma is a rare subtype of renal cell carcinoma arising from the renal tubular epithelium and showing a papillary growth pattern which typically manifests with hematuria flank pain palpable abdominal mass or nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue weight loss or fever. Symptoms related to metastatic spread such as bone pain or persistent cough are frequently associated since early diagnosis is not common. It is typically multifocal bilateral and in most cases sporadic although different hereditary syndromes such as Hereditary leiomyoma renal cell carcinoma Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome and Tuberous sclerosis may predispose to the development of papillary renal cell carcinoma.
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My Faulty Gene
My Faulty Gene is a nonprofit organization which provides information and assistance to any individual whose family medical history suggests genetic testing might be helpful in identifying an increased risk of disease due to a genetic mutation. We believe that everyone in need of genetic testing should have access to it.
My Little Sunshine Foundation
My Little Sunshine is a non-profit foundation dedicated to educating people about the importance of fertility preservation and making fertility resources accessible to all.
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Help Hope Live
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Center for Chronic Illness
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Rare Disease Ghana Initiative
To improve the wellbeing and quality of life of persons living with undiagnosed and rare diseases in Ghana
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Jamal’s Helping Hands
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Patient Advocate Foundation
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Botswana Organisation for rare Diseases
advocate for Rare disease patients and their families
Life Branches NFP Inc
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Rare Disorders Kenya
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Youth and Women for Opportunities Uganda-YWOU
Youth and Women for Opportunities-YWOU an organization that we represent is patient organization re-presentative, patient and institution and individual capacity builder supporting PLWRD’s to obtain diagnosis, treatment and drugs for those suffering consequences of being undiagnosed or misdiagnosed and lack treatment and those who lack precise diagnosis for rare, orphan and undiagnosed diseases preventing PLWRD’s accessing the most adapted care, treatment or surgery, have delayed access to the most appropriate care, treatment or surgery
Indo US Organization for Rare Diseases (IndoUSrare)
Our mission is to help establish and sustain patient-centric education, awareness, training, research, and engagement programs aligned with the FDA’s patient focused drug development (PFDD) paradigm in the following ways: 1. Diversity Patients Alliance Program: Advocate for global diversity, equity, and inclusion in clinical trials and improve access to clinical research as a care option for patients living with rare diseases. Collaborate for public health policy development & implementation such as Rare Disease and Orphan Drug Policies between USA, India and other countries. 2. Patient Concierge: Connect patients living with rare diseases in India, USA, and globally with clinical trials, patient advocacy groups, research, and international Consortia such as Global Genes, IRDiRC, NORD, RARE-X, RDI, and UDNI. 3. Research Programs: Conduct and facilitate cross-border research collaborations for genetic disorders. 4. Corporate Diversity Advisory Council (CDAC): will bring together biotech, pharma, and medical device sponsors, diagnostic companies, and other stakeholders of the life science industry as members of this council to set the agenda for advocacy and pre-competitive cooperation. 5. Bring together stakeholders of rare diseases by organizing national and international conferences
Rare Disease Male Mental Health Support Group
To The purpose of the group is to help break the stigma around male mental health and to encourage to take care of their emotional well being . It provides rare disease patients, caregivers with a safe space to talk about their experiences, get support and listen to other peoples stories . Having a rare disease comes with many added layers which can impact your life such as physical, medical, emotional, relationships and bereavement so it is important to talk about your emotional and mental well-being. Through awareness and education men have come together in this format and despite different rare conditions have found there is more on common with other men through connecting and supporting each other in this way .
Undiagnosed Diseases Network Foundation (UDNF)
The UDNF aims to end the diagnostic and therapeutic odyssey for all through the evolution and expansion of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network.
MarylandRARE (research, advocate, resource & education) is a diverse coalition of rare disease community stakeholders in Maryland. Brought together by lived experience, this coalition of rare disease patients and caregivers, are working to bridge the gap regarding understanding, information, and resources that lead to systemic change at the local, state, and federal levels of government.
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