On the occasion of Rare Disease Awareness Month in February as well as Rare Disease Day on February 28 we spoke with Helena Baker, CEO and co-founder of the Rare Disease Nurse Network (RDNN). Furthermore, she is a nurse, Clinical Consultant to The MRN (Medical Research Network), and a rare disease patient.

The members of RDNN are rare disease nurses, genetic counsellors, parents to children with rare disease, people that have rare diseases themselves or people who are passionate about making a positive difference.

Note: The statements and opinions contained in the video and the podcast episode are solely those of the speaker.

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