Pink, Green, Blue and Purple Lights Illuminated World for Rare Disease Day

Pink, Green, Blue and Purple Lights Illuminated World for Rare Disease Day

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Pink, Green, Blue and Purple Lights Illuminated World for Rare Disease Day

Many diseases have their own awareness color — breast cancer is pink, muscular dystrophy is green, and AIDS is red, for example — but what’s the significance of pink, green, blue, and purple lights side-by-side? These are the colors most often used to represent Rare Disease Day. This year, hundreds of buildings, landmarks, and monuments around the globe were lit up in the unique combination of colors on and around Feb. 28 to help bring…

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