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. Lunch provided.
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 Endocrinologist, Gardner, Parent