Social Networking @ The Rare Fair

Social media is your gateway to connect and participate in thought-leading conversations with thousands of rare disease patients, caregivers, advocates and professionals before, during and after the 2020 Rare Fair - #RareFair2020.

Reasons to connect on Social Media with #RareFair2020

1. Network with others in the rare disease community
2. Discuss ideas and content from breakout sessions
3. Connect with resources
4. Join a discussion with other rare advocates

Join other professionals via the following MCM social communities:


Facebook - “Like” and follow MCM on Facebook to discuss current health and medical trends.


Twitter – Follow MCM on Twitter at (@MyCityMed) and use #MCM for general news.
YouTube – Did you know that MCM has its own YouTube Channel?  Check out and subscribe @MyCityMed.
LinkedIn – For MCM news on LinkedIn, visit our page.
Instagram -  MCM is on Instagram


MCM Social Media Policy for the Rare Fair

Rare Fair attendees and participants are encouraged to participate in social media activities about the Rare Fair by using the hashtag #RareFair2020.  Discussion of general topics, speakers, and presentations is permitted as a way to briefly summarize or highlight material and the conference in general within the following guidelines:

  • Taking photos, videos or audiotapes of slides, posters, presenters, or questions and answers are not permitted
  • Rudeness, inappropriate remarks or images and personal attacks are not permitted
  • Copyright and other intellectual property laws must be followed
  • Brief quotes from sessions may be shared unless the speaker explicitly asks that it not be shared
  • Social media posts cannot imply any kind of endorsement by My City Med or The Rare Fair
  • My City Med reserves the right to delete inappropriate comments

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