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Rare Disease Day 2020

Friday, February 28th, 2020


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Registration OpensRegistration Opened
Registration ClosesAny time before each shift ends or when space runs out.
The goal of Rare Disease Day Spokane is an advocacy event to draw attention to rare diseases as an important public health issue. This is an opportunity for patients, caregivers, medical professionals, students, educators, legislators and industry representatives to come together to learn about rare diseases and what it’s like to live with or care for someone with a rare disease.

  • Moe Backman – Mead SD Social Worker, Patient, Parent Advocate
  • Jared Tawney – Future Marriage and Family Therapist, Rare Disease Patient, Husband, Community Connector
  • Radha Nandagopal, MD – WSU Clinical Education Director, Pediatric Endourologist, Gardner, Parent

Lunch Provided!

Parking - you will need to pay to park at WSU's lot. Street parking is limited to 1 hour!
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Location: Academic Center 107, Washington State University, Spokane, WA 99202

Shifts (2)

1 - 2 of 2 Shifts
Lunch Setup/Registration11:00am (PT)12:00pm (PT)Help out with setting up for the event and registering event attendees.2/5Over
Clean-up1:30pm (PT)2:00pm (PT)Help clean-up after lunchtime event0/5Over