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Orphanet – Know the rare for better care
300 million people in the world live with a rare disease, united by common challenges, including that of poor visibility of their disease. Orphanet’s knowledge base, accessible through Orphadata services, provides the data needed to improve every step of the care pathway.
This knowledge base is structured around the Orphanet nomenclature of rare diseases, a dedicated and globally-recognised standard that improves data interoperability between healthcare and research information systems.
Orphanet is coordinated by INSERM-US14 in Paris, France.
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Orphadata provides the scientific community with comprehensive, massive, re-usable and computable quality data sets related to rare diseases from the Orphanet knowledge base.
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The Orphadata team is based at the Orphanet coordination offices in Paris (Inserm US14). We are ready to answer any questions you may have about accessing and using Orphadata.
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