What are rare diseases. A rare disease, also known as 'orphan' disease, is any disease that affects a small percentage of the population. It is said that they are those that affect 1 out of every 2,000 people.
Much of the rare diseases, They also affect children, are genetic and are present throughout a person's life. They are characterized by a wide diversity of disorders and symptoms that vary according to the condition of the suffering patient and the type of disease.
On this world day of rare diseases, it is intended to reinforce and strengthen the hope of families with rare diseases. Together we can fight to ask the world for equitable treatment of people with rare diseases.
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