Director DayOne Initiative, Senior Project Manager ICT, Public Relations
DayOne Experts «Treating rare disorders – a role model for precision medicine?»
A disease is considered rare if it affects less than 1 in 2000 people. According to this definition in Europe a rare disease can affect between a handful of patients and up to 245’000. The number of persons in the EU suffering from one of the over 6000 different identified rare diseases is estimated at over 30 million equalling 6 to 8 percent of the population.
While neglected for decades, the healthcare industry has taken up the issue of rare diseases in recent years. At our next DayOne Expert Event we will take a closer look at what drives the increased interest, raising the question if the science, activism and the economic models behind the development of treatments in rare disorders could be the paradigm for future healthcare innovation in precision medicine - which intention is exactly this: to make healthcare more personalized and effective by proposing the right intervention at the right time to the right person at the right dose, decreasing the number of patients at the same time. Learn more at our next DayOne Expert Event, taking place
When: 12.12.2018, 18:00 to 21:00
Where: Halle 7, Gundeldingerfeld, Dornacherstrasse 192, 4053 Basel
Get insights from our expert speakers on how patients can drive innovation, how to increase scientific translatability, and which factors can influence the clinical development and overall economic models based on a small number of patients. The inputs are followed by an open panel discussion exploring what this means for healthcare innovation and the evolution of precision medicine.
Welcome and Introduction
Panel Discussion with speakers and guests
The event is free of charge. However, registration is compulsory by 11th December 2018.