Tag: global genes

A total of 129 posts are filed under global genes
Global Genes Participates in KGI Rare Disease Club’s Poster Day
Global Genes founder Nicole Boice, lends her voice to Keek Graduate Institute’s Rare Disease Club this week during their poster contest,… Continue Reading
aHUS Meet-Up: What’s on the Agenda?
Make sure to check out our first two articles on the aHUS MeetUp Series here and here. Are you a atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome patient… Continue Reading
“Join The Hope Movement” Video Wins 2015 Bronze Telly Award For Not-For-Profit
The Winners of the 35th Annual Telly Awards have been announced. With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this… Continue Reading
Atypical Hemolytics Uremic Syndrome (aHUS) Parents Attend Meetups
Fourteen meetups for Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (aHUS) will take place this year. There is an average of about 30 attendees per… Continue Reading
Introducing Our First Annual RARE Patient Story Award: VOTING NOW OPEN!
We are excited to announce our First Annual RARE Patient Story Award to honor many of the thoughtful and talented RARE Daily readers, who… Continue Reading
April 1st Webinar: How to Discuss Genetic Disease with Your Loved One
There are currently about 7,000 rare diseases identified worldwide, and approximately 80 percent of these are caused by genetic changes. But… Continue Reading
Rare Disease Takes Over Twitter: Chat Recaps
Global Genes was proud to participate in many Tweet Chats this week along with hundreds of other patients, caregivers, biopharma companies… Continue Reading