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The Rare Disease Gazette #6
Age: All ages
Pagination: 14 pages
Publication: October 2021
The journal Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science) in collaboration with Fondation Ipsen delivers international science webinars for the general public. In 2021 these webinars focus on improving the detection of rare diseases. The Rare Disease Gazette is a magazine that broadcasts these discussions.
In this new issue, Sean Sanders, PhD, hosts a conversation with some of the world’s leading experts on the psychological cost of rare disease. You can also learn more about the history of mental illness, from ancient times to medieval Islamic medicine. Moreover, don’t miss our movies’ selection on mental illness, one of the essential themes on humanity – interpreted and depicted throughout classic and modern day film.