RARE  IS
NOT SO RARE

Rare diseases are unique yet collectively common and it is crucial to understand and amplify the exceptional challenges faced by patients, caregivers and HCPs.  

 

Rare disease research is complex and  presents unique challenges vs. research in more prevalent areas. A different approach and specialist expertise is therefore required.

 

Though our many years of success in delivering rare disease research, we have become specialists, effectively leading many challenging, global projects and programmes.

 

Speak to us about our specific capabilities and past experiences.

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EXPERTS IN RARE

  • Successful track record in rare disease research

  • Delivering over 35 rare disease projects 

  • Specialist expertise and know-how

  • Global capabilities, including hard-to-reach countries / regions

  • Quality, representative rare research, suitable for publication 

  • Delivering small ad-hoc projects to multi-stage programmes of work

HAEMOPHILIA A

MULTIPLE MYELOMA

HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

GEP-NETS

HUNTER SYNDROME

SICKLE CELL DISEASE

NTM INFECTION

FEBRILE SEIZURES

CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKAEMIA

CYSTIC FIBROSIS

BERGER’S DISEASE

ACROMEGALY

SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS

GAUCHERS DISEASE

BONE METASTASES