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On February 28, 2021, the worldwide Rare Disease Day, the RARE DISEASE FILMFESTIVAL will present the jury selection of the best films from 2,900 submissions on the topic of rare diseases as part of a virtual event.

With this initiative, CENTOGENE wants to offer people with rare diseases – which affects four million fellow citizens in Germany alone – an artistic platform to create public awareness and understanding for their unusual circumstances.

THE Jury

The jury of the International Rare Disease Film Festival is composed of producers, directors and artists, as well as renowned university film experts.

The members of the 2021 jury: Heino Deckert (Producer), Anna Grün (Producer), Gunter Hanfgarn (Producer), Florian Weghorn (Program Director Berlinale Talents) and Dr. Susanne Winnacker (Deputy Intendant Schauspielhaus Bochum). 


Date: 02/28/2021, starting 04:00 p.m (MEZ)

Form: The event will take place as a digital event.

Reward: three prizes of €16,000, €9,000 and €3,000, plus two special prizes of €1,000 each for short films on COVID 19.


Moderation: Knut Elstermann, Filmjournalist

Welcome: Thomas Hailer, Director of the Nordic Film Days Lübeck

Presentation of the program: Tom Neitzke, Organization Lead Rare Disease Film Festival


The winning films will then be published on a streaming platform for viewing for a period of four weeks. The link to the platform will be announced shortly. The films can be viewed free of charge.

You would like to conduct interviews with the jury members, the organizers or the filmmakers? You would like to report on the production of the event or participate virtually at the award ceremony in the press lounge? Please send us your request: 





The call for the RARE DISEASE FILM FESTIVAL 2021 was followed by a great international response: filmmakers from 120 countries submitted more than 2900 films from February 29, 2020, last year’s Rare Disease Day, until the close of submissions on October 31, 2020. The short films, ranging from two to 30 minutes in running time, are as diverse as their makers, sometimes narrative, sometimes documentary, and animated and experimental films are also among the submissions.
The films tell of people who have rare diseases, their daily lives, their families, their work environments and their friends. They are stories from which we can learn how extraordinary becomes normal, how it is possible to face problems and keep the joy of life. Stories that represent 350 million people with rare diseases worldwide.

Some of the films are by young filmmakers who have already had their first successes at film festivals in their home countries. They include Frédéric Schuld (Germany), Daria Binevskaya (Russia), Tony Ngige (Kenya), Owen Cant (UK) Tijs Torfs (Belgium), Hannah Wolny (Germany), Jared Jacobsen (USA), Sarah Seené (Canada), Miguel Rodriguez, Pablo Ostarek (Spain) and Pulkit Tomar (India). 


Brief information about the finalists can be obtained by clicking on the individual sections:


#pgad# A young actress tries to show her talent on an audition, but always something stands in her way! Μια νεαρη ηθοποιος προσπαθει να δειξει το ταλεντο της στις οντισιον, αλλα παντα κατι την προλαβαινει!


DIRECTOR: Dimitris Andjus


Our mission: To support Timothy Syndrome & all other deleterious CACNA1C gene change families through education, shared experience & research. Creating awareness on all aspects of Timothy Syndrome among the general public, medical & research communities. Registered Charity no. 1185523

COUNTRY: United Kingdom


„Go Make Memories“, is a short film which hopes to raise awareness of the ultra-rare and devastating group of genetic conditions, Niemann-Pick disease (NPD). The experiences of the individuals and families affected by NPD takes centre stage in this production, which has been developed by Director/Producer Carl Mason and NPUK Communications Officer John Lee Taggart, in direct collaboration with the lovely individuals and families our charity, NPUK, represents. By using a mixture of live action and animation the film explores the impact this rare condition has on those affected by it, by following the deterioration of the child and the subsequent emotional turmoil that comes hand in hand with such a diagnosis…especially when this is followed up with the suggestion by the family’s doctor to simply, „Go Make Memories“…

COUNTRY: United Kingdom

DIRECTOR: Carl Mason


With her daughter Yoshiko diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and her husband overseas serving in the military, Saki Omura is finding it harder and harder to cope. Too ashamed to burden others and too proud to ask for help, Saki faces the now-daunting task of giving her daughter the best life possible.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Brian Blum


As a child, Carlotta didn’t expect the people around here to have faces. She even doesn’t recognize her own face. Years later, she learns about a rare, untreatable deficit of her brain. It was art, after all, that offered her a way to finally recognize herself.

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTORS: Valentin Riedl, Frédéric Schuld


Meet Bertha, a 13 year old Belgian girl fighting every day against her ultimate enemy: Wolfram. Wolfram is a rare disease that affects her nervous system with major consequences on her eyesight. To fight Wolfram, Bertha has her own secret weapon: creativity. When she paints, it’s as if her brush becomes a sword that she carefully uses to create extraordinary paintings – and control Wolfram. Together with a renowned Belgian painter, they create inspiring paintings that they sell at the Eye Opener, a yearly fundraising art exhibition.

COUNTRY: Belgium

DIRECTOR: Tijs Torfs


Beyond Words follows the Ng family on their journey caring for their 13-year-old daughter Amelia, who has a rare degenerative condition. The film centers around the strong relationships that hold the family together, in particular Amelia’s bond with her older sister, Amanda. Amanda chose to be homeschooled to spend more time with Amelia, and also dedicates her time to advocating for those with special needs and their siblings.

COUNTRY: Singapore

DIRECTOR:Chang Hui Bin, Amanda


Announcement for publications Deep winter night mother with two small children get to the isolated box of infectious diseases hospital where the heroine is waited by a strange meeting which will change her life forever. SYNOPSIS At night, the heroine with her daughters fall into an isolated box infectious hospital. In the next room, behind the glass walls lives a little boy with Down -syndrome. At night he draws on the window of his room. By chance, mom gets acquainted with the hero, and together they create his most beautiful night „picture“ on the glass. But early in the morning the boy disappears.

COUNTRY: Russian Federation

DIRECTOR: Daria Binevskaya


My grandpa Rick is an educator, a family man, an avid hiker, a photographer, and one of my favorite people on the planet. He also has Parkinson’s disease. „I’m not Parkinson’s, but Parkinson’s is a part of me“. https://www.gracepattersonfilms.com/ Rick’s website: https://edtune.com/ Rick’s twitter: https://twitter.com/rickeducation

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Grace Patterson


In this film, Astrid Eldflug tells the touching story of her son Theodor. A 6-year-old boy walking in the garden – what seems to be normal for other kids at his age is a real miracle for Theodor. He is missing a part of Chromosome 5, which is called 5q14.3 deletion syndrome and nobody has ever thought he would be able to walk. During the first 2.5 years of his life he did not progress at all. He could not open his hands, could not grab toys, was unable to roll to his side, and could not hold his head. He hardly moved. But his mother has never given up her trust and hope in Theodor’s abilities. Thanks to her deep commitment and thanks to finding a special kind of movement-based therapy, Theodor has developed in miraculous ways. He took his first steps in 2019 and is surprising his mother day after day. This film beautifully documents how a severely challenged child can progress far beyond his limitations. It pushes the borders of medical prognoses and shows how the impossible becomes possible if there is someone who trusts in the child’s abilities. This film is a unique documentary presenting the child’s development from birth to his first steps, building awareness not to take normal development for granted. It is a film full of hope, love and inspiration.

COUNTRY: Austria

DIRECTOR: Astrid Eldflug


Giro, a college student suffering from 465 syndrome (a hypothetical disease), finds out from her friend Yoo Young. Yoo Young, , vice chairman of the 465 patient support group, will take more relief later. Giro don’t like that . * When patients reach the REM sleep stage, a disease that causes fever and fires in certain areas, resulting in „human nature ignition“ and death. Many patients hide the fact that they are considered dangerous.

COUNTRY: Korea, Republic of


Milan under Covid-19 lockdown: a day in the life of a homeless video maker


DIRECTOR: Yohana Ambros


In Mathare, the second largest slum in Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi and one of the largest slums in Africa, the biggest defenses aganist the spread of COVID-19-social distancing and frequent hand washing-are nearly impossible. Families cluster in 10-foot-by-10-foot shacks, and residents share one toilet with 50 to 150 people. Water and sanitization is scarce. Directed & Edited by Tony De Gigz Shot by Karanja Mathu Produced by Folklore LtdStarring Wyban Kanyi Fixer Leon Sumbua(SLUMBOY) Photographer Kongo Peter


DIRECTOR: Tony Ngige


Dustin Clark is a musician, an artist, and a man who sees challenges as possibilities. Diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at the age of 10, he is in a constant state of reinventing how he approaches each creative endeavor. When it comes to music, his current process involves the tediously clicking in notes on his computer, a guitar suspended from the ceiling, and help from friends and family. Dustin briefly chronicles his history with Muscular Dystrophy, what has inspired him to keep creating, his current musical process and his hopeful view of the future.

COUNTRY: United States


A man with a rare physical disability makes films that focus on the social aspects of being a minority.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Jared Jacobsen


Ruído and Project „Saúde Solidária“ present: „Beatriz“. Every year, a team of doctors, dentists and volunteers from different parts of Brazil gather for a trip of approximately 24 hours from the city of Belém to Ilha de Iracema located in a riverside area in the Amazon on the banks of the Pacajá River in Pará. For 3 days the group serves families from riverside communities without access to health posts and hospitals. This is the story of Beatriz.


DIRECTORS: Diego Imai, Ricardo d’Avila


the film tell us a story of uncondicional love between 2 brothers. Miguel is a 33 year old Lawyer and triathlete and he wants to help his brother Pedro 31 year old, who suffers from cerebral palsy , to get the attention needed for people with disabilities. Pedro has the dream of putting the spotlight on this community and help his other coleagues achieving their goals. He deffies his brother to do the triathlon together, that seems impossible but after some thought they form the triathlete duo , the IronBrothers and they are going to participate at the tough Iron Man Cascais, in order to gain some money and attention to help the APCL ( Portuguese Association of Cerebral Palsy.

COUNTRY: Portugal

DIRECTOR: Nuno Cibrao


Noma is a gangrenous infection starting in the mouth caused by extreme poverty, malnutrition and poor hygiene. In just two weeks, it destroys the tissues of the face and might kill up to 90 percent of the people affected. The World Health Organization estimates it affects 140,000 people every year. At the Noma Hospital in Sokoto, Nigeria, disfigured survivors find a unique place to heal their wounds. While they suffer from pain and discrimination, they are on a life-changing journey to overcome years of isolation.


DIRECTORS: Claire Jeantet, Fabrice Catérini


My grandfather has alzheimer’s, my grandmother loses her memory because of old age. This film is the accompanying and reflection of the mental fog that settles on them. Far from being a scientific explanation, this short documentary is an experience, an immersion in the dynamics of consciousness and identity being consumed by time, illness and age. The memory arrives to not stay.


DIRECTOR: Allan Laurent Colin


What does your inner world look like? What rooms do you flee to when the outside world is unbearable? How does this world smell? Does it smell like traces of human scent? How do you connect your inner world with the outer world? A documentary not only about those who ask themselves these questions every day. A film not only about autism spectrum disorder or Asperger’s syndrome, but about all of us. Every human being has autistic traits. Everyone has their inner world, their perception, their glass house.

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTOR: Anna Zhukovets


A point of view short film about an adopted young Indian Boy named Jay who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis. After the doctors ask him to rest in his final days limiting his physical activity; his family and friends encourage him to undergo surgery in order to clear his lungs and potentially extend his life… However, Jay decides to spend his last days not in a hospital bed but living his life in completeness.

COUNTRY: Australia

DIRECTOR: Kush Gupta


This fill tells the story of the life of a Cystinosis patient through the eyes of the patient, family and friends in the community. It not only speaks to the Cystinosis community but the entire rare disease community. It is a film about hope, perseverance and the desire to have a positive quality of life. Chandler Moore is 14/15 years old and lives with the disease is a small town in rural Delaware with his parents, Clint and Annie. He is the only person in his state with the disease. Throughout the film we see the Clint (Father) transition from scared and denial to the power that drives this family to fight this disease.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Richard Hemmingway


Diagnosed with a terminal neurological disease that is so rare there’s no treatment or cure. This informative and heartwarming documentary is filled with emotion from beginning to end. Follow the journey of how Austin Crawford learns that hope still exists.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Phil Gioja


Ariana Feiner shares her story with her rare metabolic condition, Hypoparathyroidism. She spreads her message of hope through her work with her children’s book for kids with chronic health conditions, Ariana Rose: A Story of Courage. Ariana exemplifies that it is not our obstacles that define us; it’s the way we face them.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Ariana Feiner


Przemek takes on his first-and-final bicycle trip. Due to a rare genetic disease he is gradually loosing his eyesight, and will be blind in a few years. Coming to terms with his inevitable future turns out to be tougher than the hardship of his challenge. While this adventure and the people he meets along the way enrich him, he finds no relief to his great loneliness. Soon he will be again trapped at home, with nothing more than an exercise bike, recalling memories of his achievement.


DIRECTOR: Szymon Jan Sinoff

The Kids Are Still Here

The Kids Are Still Here is a documentary short film about communities in Northern Uganda affected by nodding syndrome – a rare and deadly disease that’s been infecting children since the 1960s.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Christopher Ninness

Los días que pasan

Los días que pasan narra la historia del confinamiento a través de la mirada de Leo, un niño de 4 años que cada día hace las mismas cosas junto a su hermanita Olivia. El cortometraje narra con técnica de documental las distintas situaciones aparentemente sencillas, pero muy complejas en el fondo a causa de la crisis sanitaria del Coronavirus. La narrativa es guiada por la voz del niño, intentando intervenir en lo mínimo para poder sostener el relato desde su mirada. La situación de Leo es igual a la de millones de personas confinadas actualmente en España y en gran parte del mundo a través de la cual se pueden identificar.


DIRECTOR: Antonio Savinelli


‚Nam’ tells the story of Adam, a young man being treated in the Bruckner family home for his inability to either speak or comprehend language. The film offers a portrait of family life in the 1950s and examines how its members orient themselves around a man’s languageless condition.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Niccolò Corti

This is not a person

Elisenda is a woman with a rare disease called osteogenesis imperfecta who has always led a very protected life. Now she is trying to find her own way even if it means leaving everything she knew behind.


DIRECTORS: Miguel Rodriguez, Pablo Ostarek


A runner is unable to pursue his passion for speed because of a rare heart disease and struggles to either accept or fight his disability.

COUNTRY: Netherlands

DIRECTOR: Joshua van ’t Hoff

An unspected journey

In our world, in the West, the arrival of a child is good news. Joy, illusion, future plans. But?. What happens when the child who arrives is not what we thought? What happens when it is not the perfect and healthy baby we expected?What happens if the baby is sick?


DIRECTOR: Maria Guerra


Marta soon told her boyfriend what was happening to her. He has a degenerative and incurable disease that requires a lot of treatment time in physical exercises and drugs. It conditions her life in all aspects: work, personal, social. How can you live with that burden? Can you be happy?


DIRECTOR: Luis Murillo Arias

I still can’t make it

At the age of 21, I was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disease. Today, 8 years later, I still cannot regularly take the medication I need to live.

COUNTRY: Argentina

DIRECTOR: Elena Bursztein

Come negli occhi di un bambino


DIRECTOR: Benedetto Orestini

Pain: Stories of fibromyalgia

A dogma95 style serial documentary that tries to capture the daily struggle of several fibromyalgia patients as realistically as possible.

COUNTRY: Portugal

DIRECTORS: João Ribeiro, Mauro Soares, Débora Andrade, Simão Pereira, Diogo Romão, Alicia Chinita, Leonardo Silva

PH1 of a Kind

PH1 of a Kind is a 4-part video series starring Isabelle, Luuk, Asha, and Will — kids from around the world who have been diagnosed with primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1). Having this rare genetic disease means that some of their daily experiences are different from that of other kids, but PH1 doesn’t define them — they’re special because of who they are. Each video explores a different aspect of living with PH1 including how it impacts the body, feelings of isolation and the ability to talk about their condition with their peers. PH1 of a Kind was developed in partnership with the Oxalosis and Hyperoxaluria Foundation (OHF) for school-age children based on the insight that there was no child-frendly information/content available on this condition. PH1 is an ultra-rare genetic liver disease that typically presents in childhood and which causes severe damage to the kidneys and other organs and ultimately leads to the need for dialysis and a dual liver/kidney transplant. Please note that we have a version of this film with German subtitles if that is desired. *The characters featured in PH1 of a Kind are fictional however they are based on composites of many different children with PH1. Any resemblance to actual people is purely coincidental.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Seth Levine

CoVID Antidote

A super short film about the COVID pandemic and the measures to be taken by people who want to survive it.

COUNTRY: Russian Federation



Lighthunger. A typical symptom of patients, who suffer from Lebersche kongenitaler Amaurose, LCA for short. They are born with eyesight, but bit by bit they will lose it. Laika has LCA. Today she lives alone, came to terms with the situation and wants to stay inconspicuous. Yet nobody knows her dark past. Nobody has seen her hidden strength. Nobody knows, that she only seeks one thing: revenge. All earnings with the film and the DVD will be donated with no exception to the PRO RETINA Deutschland e.V. foundation.. PRO RETINA supports people with visual impairment.

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTOR: Lukas Kellner

Guilt with rare disease – genetic transmission: am I responsible?

Ewenlife has been producing series on the daily lives of people affected by rare diseases for 2 years. One about resililence with rare disease (2018) and the other one about guilt with rare disease (2019). In 2020, we want to realize 2 web series : one about pain with rare disease, and the other one about the relationship between medical world and patient world in case of rare disease Today we want to introduce you episode 2 of our season 3, dedicated to guilt with rare disease. With a focus on a very specific subject to rare disease: the guilt due to genetic transmission. https://app.ewenlife.org/app/video/1480


DIRECTORS: Alan Castejon, Philippe Larrouy


This movie shows what is going on everywhere with corona virus. How it started and how it affected our lives. „WAKE UP“ teaching us to appreciate the simple things we see daily in our lives and ignoring them. The film was shot in Servia. A historic town in the prefecture of Kozani.


DIRECTOR: Apostolis Pavlos


My animated documentary short film „Spacious“ deals with “Aphantasia“, a condition that prevents people from being able to visualise imagery. The story was created based on a survey conducted amongst people living with Aphantasia and aims to provide an insight into this unique way of perceiving the world. 

What does it look like to not have a visual imagination? To bring across the feeling of an inner world without images, my film makes use of the depth created by a black screen. This is combined with digital 2D images whose fleetingness aims to mirror the surreal being of mental imagery. The visual world is accompanied by a narrator who leads the audience through a life with Aphantasia. This results in an interplay between what is seen, what is heard and the audience’s imagination.

 My film „Spacious“ hopes to give voice to a different way of experiencing the world. How do others visualise? And how do I even visualise? Questions that are meant to accompany the audience after viewing my film and that encourage a new perspective on one’s surrounding, as well as oneself. 

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTOR: Pauline Muszi

We can make it!

Life with GSD I (Gierke) presented by families who have to deal with their children and young people who are affected themselves. Physicians and psychologists give advice and recommandations. The most important aims are the Information and encouragement.

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTOR: Philipp Reichelt


Bastaa is a garhwali short film based on migrant labour crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic in India. Abhay a young boy with big aspirations and dreams has to give up on everything because of the hardship that followed due to the lockdown.


DIRECTOR: Pulkit Tomar

Menkes Disease: Finding Help & Hope

Academy Award nominee Mary McDonnell narrates this look at a rare fatal genetic disorder called Menkes Disease. It prevents boys from metabolizing copper. Boys who get treatment in the first ten days of life can have long and relatively normally lives. If the disease is not detected and treated that early their lives are much shorter and far from normal. This short documentary aims to explain some of the basics of the disease and treatment but also provide context with examples from three families across the globe showing that there is life after this terrible diagnosis. And that life is more joyful and hopeful than you might expect.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Daniel DeFabio

Good Days, Bad Days, Rare Days

11 families discuss their struggles with 8 different rare diseases.

COUNTRY: United States

DIRECTOR: Daniel DeFabio

One In 50 MIllion

Nawaal Akram is a fairy on wheels, a witty wise water sprite made to live in the desert. Diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Distrophy, a rare chromosomal mutation in women ( only one in 50 million), she uses fashion, make-up, and stand-up comedy as a platform for her activism. Her gradually debilitating health does not seem to affect her energy and zest for life, but her body has already started to fail her. At 19, she’s conscious of her imminent destiny and lives more intensely than ever.


DIRECTOR: Luciana Ceccatto Farah

so quiet so loud

The film „so quiet so loud“ follows the 4 year old Maja in her everyday life. Next to her playing, drawing and crawling all day long, she also must visit the hospital and join learning enhancement activities, because she suffers from cancer and has a special form of trisomy 19. In order to get to know the person beyond their diagnosis, the film does not focus on her physical features but is dedicated to the smaller moments of her life. The observing style of the film gives an intimate inside view of the life of a family and shows how love, comprehension and patience can shape a child’s life.

COUNTRY: Germany

DIRECTOR: Hannah Wolny

Rare Frequencies

Rare Frequencies is a film which draws upon conversations with people impacted by rare health conditions, recorded with members of the public, patients and practitioners involved in genomic medicine. Exploring the definition and frequency of rare conditions, the discussions are combined with footage filmed at a nature reserve in Manchester, UK, where native mossland plants have been reintroduced to restore and protect a rare peatbog habitat. With an original and evocative soundtrack score, the documentary connects together themes of environmental, social and personal healthcare, in the context of lived experience, shared similarities and natural ecologies.

COUNTRY: United Kingdom

DIRECTOR: Nick Jordan

Lockdown Paris

March 17th 2020 Paris goes into lockdown. The global pandemic washes over Europe for months. This is a story about life in lockdown, unnervingly calm, strangely poetic and deadly quiet.


DIRECTOR: Astrid E. Mork-Knutsen

S. SANKARA RAMAN – The Man, The Myth, The Legend

A look into the life of social worker affected by Muscular Dystrophy, Shri S. Sankara Raman. A man who is one of the pioneers in creating a cross-disability movement in India, encouraging people with different disabilities to work on common and collective solutions.




Lumen (meaning light in Latin) is a sensorial film shot in Super 8 that paints a portrait of an adolescent with albinism. The hypersensitivity that this genetic condition engenders and the lack of pigmentation in her skin and eyes lend her an extraordinary aura. This film echoes a series of photographs entitled Fovea, which takes as its subject visually impaired young people.


DIRECTOR: Sarah Seené

One in a million

‚One in a million‘ is the inspirational story of Anya and her parents, as they try to create happy memories in the face of Anya’s relentless and utra-rare neurological condition. This short documentary film, from Owen Cant and Cosmic Joke, explores the traumatic period of diagnosis and subsequent ways in which a family must adapt to an unpredictable disease which has very little research and as yet no cure.


Cha (lle) nges

It is estimated that one in a thousand people is born with Chiari Malformation. Most of them are diagnosed after years of symptoms and misdiagnoses. Like me. This is a fragment of the month between the bittersweet feeling of having an answer after years of suffering uncertainty and my brain surgery, during quarantine.

COUNTRY: Argentina

DIRECTOR: Pilar Ferrero

Fraser Syndrome & Me

Filmmaker Kyle Anne Grendys, is only the 75th person to be born with the rare, recessive gene disorder called Fraser Syndrome. Having always felt alone in the world, she sets out on a journey to find her community and finally meets others just like her.

COUNTRY: United States


To view the finalist films, please contact Jutta Heyn at jutta.heyn@lilie2a-pr.de.  


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Every February, CENTOGENE uses the occasion of International Rare Disease Day to increase the visibility of rare diseases. Rare Disease Day is a special opportunity to bring people together, raise awareness and advocate for rapid diagnosis and easier access to treatments for all those affected by rare diseases.

CENTOGENE’s Rare Disease Day 2021 (www.RDD2021.eu) has the overarching goal of raising awareness among policy makers, government agencies, researchers, health professionals and the general public. This year’s Rare Disease Day highlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on CENTOGENE’s patients, as well as the benefits and potential of international diagnostic and research collaborations for patients around the world.

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