The zebra has become the official symbol of rare diseases in the United States. In honor of our shared mascot we wear striped clothing and accessories to show our support of those lives impacted by a rare disease.
Wearing stripes can start a conversation that helps others learn the facts about the prevalence and challenges of rare diseases. Take a picture of your striped look and share it on social media with the hashtags #ShowYourStripes and #RareDiseaseDay and let's make some noise for our herd.
The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) is proud to be the official US partner for Rare Disease Day.
Rare Disease Day was created to raise awareness amongst the general public and also seeks to raise awareness amongst policy makers, public authorities, industry representatives, researchers, health professionals and anyone who has a genuine interest in rare diseases.
Help raise awareness for mast cell disorders and mast cell-related conditions while encouraging research. This page contains graphics to use on social media sites to help spread the global message of hope through our growing mast cell disease and disorders communities.
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Global Genes | RARE Project holds a variety of awareness raising activities during the month of February leading up to World Rare Disease Day. Please join patients, families, friends, caregivers, scientists, physicians, researchers, health care providers, policy experts and our team in 2022 to raise rare and genetic diseases awareness. The National Institutes of Health also supports Wear That You Care™ and is encouraging all attendees to wear their favorite pair of jeans to their day long Rare Disease Day celebration in 2022.
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