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NOTE: If you have not logged in since June 30th, we made improvements to our login process.

For your first time after June 30, you will need to login as if "I forgot my password"

  1. Click this link to select “Forgot Password”  

  2. Enter your email address

  3. You’ll get an authentication code by email

  4. Enter code and then set your new password, Submit.

  5. Once you have logged in you’ll be routed back to www.rarecommunity.org on the home page.

  6. It will still appear as if you are NOT logged in. Just click the blue Login button and you’ll be in.

 If you never had a RARE Portal account with us and would like one, you can make that request here.

 

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How does the Global Genes RARE Portal benefit you? 

  • Network with your peers, worldwide.   
  • Find and share resources  
  • Collaborate and initiate discussions with other rare disease stakeholders
  • Decide what personal data you want to share with the community. 
  • Make meaningful connections with others who share a similar health journey. 
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    • Ashley Walker was spent the first 20 years of her life misdiagnosed as having a form of muscular dystrophy. It was only after her twin sons Alexander and Jayden suffered severe respiratory complications following their birth that she and her boys were all diagnosed with X-linked myotubular myopathy, a rare neuromuscular disease. Though the condition The post An Advocate’s Journey through Diagnosis, Loss, and Hope appeared first on Global Genes .
    • The BasicsName: Kimberly Ventarola Title: Co-founder and president Organization:  Malan Syndrome Foundation Social Media Links:   Disease focus:  Malan syndrome is a rare genetic neurodevelopmental and overgrowth disorder caused by a change in the Nuclear Factor One X (NFIX) gene. The NFIX gene is located on the short arm (called p) of chromosome 19 at The post Rare Leader: Kimberly Ventarola, Co-Founder and President, Malan Syndrome Foundation appeared first on Global Genes .
    • Rare Daily Staff Rallybio, which develops antibodies targeting rare diseases, raised $80.6 million in an initial public offering of 6.2 million shares of common stock at $13.00 per share, the lower end of its proposed range of $13 to $15. The shares will trade on the Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol “RLYB.” In The post Rallybio Raises $81 Million in IPO to Advance Therapies for Rare Diseases appeared first on Global Genes .