Great News from aHUSUK, with a message from aHUS researcher Dr. Tim Goodship that reads in part:
“…. I am delighted that aHUS patients in England will now be able to receive eculizumab when they need it for as long as they need it. This I hope will be a source of great reassurance to them, their families and carers. aHUSUK can take great pride in…Continue
Added by Linda Burke on January 28, 2015 at 11:05am — No Comments
Our aHUS friends in Ontario Canada need our help. Their Health Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins has yet to provide access to Soliris for aHUS patients. Dr. Hoskins responded to a post I made on his Facebook page by saying he is looking for evidence that Soliris works for aHUS like it does for PNH. Please help our Canadian friends by sending Dr. Hoskins an email telling him how Soliris has worked for you or your loved one. If we get enough support we can truly make a difference. Below is what…Continue
January can be a tough month here in the US as it’s cold and dark. But this is a big month for some of our friends across the globe. While we in the US are fortunate to have access to Soliris there are countries that either don’t have access or they have restrictions. That’s about to change for some of our friends.
This month in the UK, NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) is expected to finalize the guidance on the use of…Continue
Added by Jeff Schmidt on January 10, 2015 at 3:06pm — No Comments
Raise your hand if you're rare. If you know someone that is rare. I see your hand and I see a desire to help, to get out and spread the word. Rare Disease Day is just around the corner- February 28 and this year has a greater number of events and opportunities than ever before. Rare is changing every day and growing stronger. Our voices are being heard, the sweet faces of rare patients are being recognized and the overall awareness is growing momentum each day. It is our time, your time to…Continue
Added by Anne Bruns on January 9, 2015 at 12:37pm — No Comments
World Rare Disease Day, recognized annually on the last day of February, encourages patients and their families, medical professionals, researchers, government officials, and companies developing treatments for rare diseases to join together to focus attention on rare diseases as a public health issue.
You can raise…Continue
Added by Linda Burke on January 9, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments