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Rare Disease Month Overcoming Obstacles on the Road to Gold

Rare Disease Month: Overcoming Obstacles on the Road to Gold

Clincierge celebrates Rare Disease Month throughout February. Since 2008, rare disease patients, caregivers, and advocacy organizations have joined together to bring awareness to the almost 7,000 known rare diseases. February is Rare Disease Month because it contains the “rarest” number of days. The month culminates in Rare Disease Day, held annually on the last day …

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Raising Awareness for Rare: January

In our January edition of Raising Awareness for Rare, we explore cervical cancer, glaucoma, and thyroid diseases and their rare disease subgroups. January starts a month-long initiative to raise awareness and promote advocacy efforts for each of these diseases. Learn more about the rare subgroups of these historically common illnesses and how each condition impacts …

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Clincierge Cares: A Year In Review

Clincierge supports participants in clinical trials and the communities which surround us. We know first-hand how a disease impacts every aspect of a patient’s life, as well as the lives of their caregivers, families, and friends. It is part of our empathetic culture to celebrate the good in our lives by giving back to those in need.

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Native American Heritage Month – Improving Access and Health Equity

During November, we embrace the cultural diversity of Native Americans while also recognizing the historical controversy and challenges they face. This total of almost 10 million people accounts for 2.9% of the entire United States population. Many Native communities, often residing on reservation lands, face steadily increasing obstacles such as limited resources, increased poverty, diminished access to healthcare services, and certain rare conditions.

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No-Shave November: Cancer Awareness Month

Through the month of November, “No-Shave” participants let their hair grow as a way to start conversations and raise money for cancer research. Participants pledge to donate the cost of hair grooming for the month – from several dollars for razors to hundreds for a hair salon visit – to fund cancer research and increase cancer awareness.