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CRDN Launch Event: Parent Entrepreneurship

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On behalf of the Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN), we would like to invite you to our Launch Event at the Cambridge Judge Business School on April 2nd (5pm onwards). We will debate the topic of “Parent Entrepreneurship in Rare Diseases”. Keynote speakers include Dr Nick Sireau, Founder of the AKU Society and the charity Findacure; Ms Kay Parkinson, Founder of patient group Alstrom Syndrome Society; Dr Will Evans, Trustee of the Niemann-Pick Disease Group, and Dr Cesare Spadoni, Founder of aPODD Foundation.

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CRDN is a non-profit organisation aiming to create rare disease awareness and build a community within the Cambridge area. We are supported by Genetic Disorders UK, Findacure, Utah Rare, One Nucleus and Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, amongst others. Join us now.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Rare Disease Network series.

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