“This year, hundreds of buildings, landmarks, and monuments around the globe were lit up in the unique combination of colors on and around Feb. 28 to help bring awareness to this diverse group of disorders, which affect about 300 million people worldwide.”
Hawkin writes about the powerful initiative to spread awareness for rare diseases that many cities across the world participated in on Rare Disease Day.
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