The future of rare diseases: Leaving no one behind!

Although great progress has been made over the last decade to improve the lives of people living with rare diseases, there remains a high level of unmet needs. The Rare 2030 survey aimed to collect rare disease patients’ perspectives on the future of rare diseases to contribute to shaping the Rare 2030 recommendations. The survey shows that a holistic approach to rare diseases is needed, including research, diagnosis, treatment and care, and capitalising on new technological opportunities. Such policies need to be integrated in a new European framework on rare diseases by 2023 to guide National Plans for Rare Diseases and ensure that no one living with a rare disease is left behind.

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Key findings from a survey on the opinion of people living with rare diseases on policies that may impact their lives in 10 languages (Europe)

Key findings from a survey on the opinion of people living with rare diseases on policies that may impact their lives in 10 languages (world)

Detailed answers to all questions of the survey in 23 languages

 
 
La voz de los pacientes de enfermedades raras en EuropaEURORDIS La voz internacional de las personas que tienen enfermedades rarasRare Disease International Reuniendo a pacientes, familiares y expertos para compartir experiencias en un foro moderado en distintos idiomas. RareConnect El Programa Rare Barometer es una iniciativa de EURORDIS que realiza encuestas para transformar las experiencias de los pacientes con enfermedades raras en cifras que puedan compartirse con los responsables políticos.Rare Barometer Una campaña internacional de sensibilización que se celebra todos los años el último día de febrero, El Día de las Enfermedades Raras es una iniciativa de EURORDISRare Disease Day Únete al mayor grupo de partes interesadas en toda Europa, en la Conferencia Europea sobre Enfermedades Raras y Medicamentos Huérfanos que se celebra cada dos años. ECRD es una iniciativa de EURORDISEuropean Conference on Rare Diseases