Today’s medical research and development creates the cures of tomorrow. But it requires immense amounts of funding to develop safe and effective drugs, treatments, and medical devices. In the rare disease space, funding is in short supply. Hear how...
Today’s medical research and development creates the cures of tomorrow. But it requires immense amounts of funding to develop safe and effective drugs, treatments, and medical devices. In the rare disease space, funding is in short supply.
Hear how rare disease organizations harness the power of grassroots advocacy to raise support for their community. Dawn Ireland, President and Founder of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) International, shares how she launched the first CDH organization from her living room over twenty years ago, their ongoing successes, and the road ahead.
Plus, parents Zach and Shelby Gallegos share the story of their nearly one-year-old daughter, Reagan, who is a CDH survivor. They give listeners a glimpse into their lives and the challenges of this rare birth defect.
Dr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
Kate Pecora, Field Correspondent, Patients Rising
Zach and Shelby Gallegos, Parents to Reagan
Stephanie Tomlinson, patient correspondent
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