Help us reach 1,000 participants by the end of 2012! Join the Rare Disease Clinical Research Network (RDCRN) today!

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Help us reach 1,000 participants by the end of 2012!
Join the Rare Disease Clinical Research Network (RDCRN) today!


By signing up for this patient contact registry, you are furthering research and potential cures and treatments. Patients who participate in research make it possible for researchers create new studies and work for the improvement of all our lives. Currently, 673 patients have joined the RDCRN.

The  RDCRN provides a Contact Registry that is patient populated. The registry collects contact information and self-diagnosis of people with rare diseases via the internet and it is a useful tool for researchers for recruitment for clinical trials and other projects.
If you want to make a contribution to mitochondrial disease research, the absolute best thing you can do is participate in both registries. For information on the RDCRN and details on how to join, visit www.umdf.org/rdcrn.

 

Help us reach 1,000 participants by the end of 2012!
Join the Rare Disease Clinical Research Network (RDCRN) today!


By signing up for this patient contact registry, you are furthering research and potential cures and treatments. Patients who participate in research make it possible for researchers create new studies and work for the improvement of all our lives. Currently, 673 patients have joined the RDCRN.

The  RDCRN provides a Contact Registry that is patient populated. The registry collects contact information and self-diagnosis of people with rare diseases via the internet and it is a useful tool for researchers for recruitment for clinical trials and other projects.
If you want to make a contribution to mitochondrial disease research, the absolute best thing you can do is participate in both registries. For information on the RDCRN and details on how to join, visit www.umdf.org/rdcrn.

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