On Rare Disease Day, I’m Celebrating Being Extraordinarily Ordinary

On Rare Disease Day, I’m Celebrating Being Extraordinarily Ordinary

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On Rare Disease Day, I’m Celebrating Being Extraordinarily Ordinary

Rare – adjective Not occurring very often; uncommon Unusually good or remarkable On Feb. 28, the world will celebrate international Rare Disease Day. A rare disease is one that affects fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S. Almost 7,000 rare or orphan diseases meet the criteria to be considered rare. Multiple sclerosis is not among them. An estimated 1 million Americans have multiple sclerosis. This number far surpasses the criteria necessary to be classified as…

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