FREE to attend, RAREfest20 is a full day festival featuring interactive exhibits showcasing cool science, visionary technology and pioneering organisations, improving lives and bringing hope to those affected by rare diseases.
In true 2020 style, RAREfest20 promises to be a virtual feast that will spark curiosity, challenge perceptions, showcase science, inspire innovation and give a voice to rare disease patients and their families.
RAREfest20 has patients at its heart with science and technology running through its veins! The full programme will be released in early November. For a peek of what you can expect, head to our highlights, speakers and exhibitors pages and to the RAREfest18 pages brimming with cool companies, scientists, tech experts, health pros and patients who took part in our first RAREfest exhibition.
Open to the general public, patients, families, children, students, healthcare professionals, researchers, companies. To everyone!
For more details of speakers, exhibitors and activities visit the festival website https://www.camraredisease.org/RAREfest20
Register in advance for your FREE tickets here.
About Cambridge Rare Disease Network
Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN) is a charity building a vibrant community to address the unmet needs of those living with rare conditions, their families and the professionals who work with them. Our vision is for a united regional voice underpinning the development of services and treatments.
Medical research and drug development have transformed the lives of people living with diseases that were formerly untreatable. Our challenge is to address the 95% of rare conditions which still have no treatment and inadequate care pathways.
We deliver world class events and activities that put rare diseases in the spotlight to stimulate curiosity and educate the public and professionals alike. This knowledge builds confidence and empowers people to collaborate and be innovative to address these unmet therapeutic and care needs.
We support those living with rare conditions in our community to be at the heart of these events and to be part of this wider network, sharing their expertise and becoming leaders of change.