UpdatedNovember 14, 2019

For rare diseases, it’s critical to learn more about a condition before effective trials can be developed. That’s where a “natural history study” comes in.

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UpdatedOctober 10, 2019

Dayna’s studies as a speech pathologist helped her push for a diagnosis for her father’s neurological condition, and gave him a voice as the disease progressed.

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UpdatedSeptember 26, 2019

Drug development for any disease is a complex, expensive and slow process. Layer on top of that developing drugs for a condition that impacts a limited population, and we as a rare-disease community are up against some unique challenges.

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UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019

Carrie Szeles was told many times “you’re crazy” for thinking something was seriously wrong with her health. Now, she’s often told she doesn’t “look sick.” Through it all, she had to learn to be her own advocate and strongest supporter.

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UpdatedAugust 8, 2019

Elise Drake-Esposito was just weeks away from giving birth to her second daughter when she learned her five-year-old, Keira, had a rare, fatal genetic condition.

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UpdatedJuly 18, 2019

Ashly Wiebelt built her career as a speech therapist helping children with special needs. Now, she’s advocating for her own child with special needs, and fighting for his life.

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PostedMarch 4, 2019

by Kristina Cotter, PhD, CGC

A research consent is designed to protect patients from participating in research they don’t understand or agree to. In our research consent, we describe what RDMD Research is and tell you about any associated benefits or risks. We set up our research this way because we think it’s important to get your permission before we do any research using your information.

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PostedFebruary 14, 2019

We started our ambassador program because of an overwhelming desire from patients and caregivers to get more involved in RDMD’s work and research. Patients were excited about RDMD’s product and mission, and felt eager to help in other ways, including by sharing information and answering questions about RDMD within their own communities.

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UpdatedApril 23, 2019

by Talea Miller

You may have questions about how RDMD keeps your health information safe and secure—many other patients have reached out about this very thing. We take security and data privacy very seriously—in fact, it’s one of our top priorities. We created a summary below to help you understand our privacy and security efforts. We work alongside experts in data privacy and security to ensure that the proper controls are in place for the data you trust us with. We know how sensitive your health information is and how big a deal unauthorized access would be. Please feel free to reach out to us about anything relating to data privacy and security. Below we explain in more detail how we keep your data safe.

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