Why a Virtual Health Fair for Rare Diseases?
We say "why not?"
While there are several amazing conferences and fairs held annually by non-profits nationwide, we understand how challenging it can be for rare patients to travel in order to make new rare connections.
Our format mimics traditional physical conferences, from the entry lobby to booths, breakout sessions, keynote speakers, and yes, attendee SWAG! We think this format allows attendees to enjoy the full conference experience in a convenient way that encourages focus on the materials and resources presented.
In addition to amazing breakout sessions, we're offering an Education Room packed with the resources you need to help manage a diagnosis for yourself or a loved one. To meet attendee needs, our breakout rooms are organized two way - by diagnosis and city. This allows everyone to find exactly what they need through two networking options!
From travel arrangements to managing medical needs and treatments on the road to the added expense, our team at My City Med understands the hardships travel can cause and our mission is to help rare patients eliminate those obstacles. Our focus is to bring together the very best rare resources, from the nation's top specialists and hospitals to non-profit organizations, vendors, and other patients just like you!
Your Main Message
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