New EURORDIS members

As of the 24th November 2016 we were approved to join the associate membership of EURORDIS. We are delighted with this news as EURORDIS represents rare diseases in 64 countries.  With over 700 direct member organisations, EURORDIS is recognised and listened to as an European organisation specialising in the needs of patients with rare diseases.  This is a step forward in helping us with raising the awareness of R(20) worldwide.

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