Published on October 7, 2013
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT RARE DISEASES WORLDWIDE 7,000 Source: National Institutes of Health
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT <200,000patientsintheUnitedStates BYDEFINITION,ARAREDISEASEAFFECTS Source: National Institutes of Health
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT 30MILLION 1IN10AMERICANS INTOTAL,RAREDISEASEIMPACT Source: National Institutes of Health
RESEARCH PROGRESS HOPE RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT 1983 ORPH AN DRUGACT 2,900ORPHANDRUG DESIGNATIONS SINCE1983,NEARLY Source: Office of Orphan Products Development, Food and Drug Administration
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT AGOODSTART,but 400FDA TREATMENTS APPROVED <5% RAREDISEASES HAVEATREATMENT of Source: Food and Drug Administration, EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACTRAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT medicines &vaccinesin development 452 Source: PhRMA,2013 Rare Diseases Report
RAREDISEASES BIGIMPACT HOPE PROGRESS RESEARCH Source: PhRMA
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