Tag: Daniel Levine

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RARECast: Navigating the Challenges of Rare Disease Drug Development
  Clinical trials for rare disease therapies face many challenges. Some of these include the small patient population on which they draw,… Continue Reading
RARE Webinar: Make Sense of Your Dollars | Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 10:00am PST
Join us June 1, 2017 for our new RARE Webinar, Make Sense of Your Dollars. If you cannot attend the webinar at its designated time, be sure… Continue Reading
RARECast: Accelerating Rare Disease Drug Discovery
For many rare disease patients, the drug discovery and development process moves slower than the diseases they are battling. Earlier this… Continue Reading
RARECast: One Patient’s Difficult Road to a Rare Diagnosis
Porphyria is a rare and intensely painful blood disease. Because it can manifest itself with symptoms similar to those caused by far more… Continue Reading
RARECast: How Researchers Diagnosed Four Patients with a Never-Before-Identified Rare Disease in a Day
  Diagnosing a rare disease can take years. When it’s a disease that’s never been identified before, the search for a diagnosis can be… Continue Reading
RARECast: Stem Cell Gene Therapy Restores Immune System in Kids with SCID
Researchers at UCLA have developed a stem cell gene therapy treatment for children born with the rare, life-threatening condition… Continue Reading
RARECast: Non-Profit Drug Company Seeks to Advance Rare Disease Therapies
  The high cost of drug development and the small populations for individual rare diseases can make it difficult to attract drug companies… Continue Reading

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