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News - Article in the Lëtzebuerger Journal

Article (in German) by ALAN's director, Marc Ries, published on the 17th of february 2018 in the Lëtzebuerger Journal.


News - Report on RTL Television

On the 26th of february, RTL TV showed a report about rare diseases with interviews of Noémie Sunnen and Shirley Feider-Rohen, the president of ALAN.

Watch the video here.


News - Quiz Night

On the occasion of the International Rare Disease Day 2018, ALAN - Maladies Rares Luxembourg organized a big Quiz Night with Geert Van Beusekom and Joseph Rodesch, alias "Mister Science" at Kaerjenger Treff, Bascharage (L).

You can now view the photos from the event on our Facebook page.

We wish to thank everyone that participated, especially all our volunteers, our sponsors and the photographer, Henri Goergen


News - Annual Report 2017: more help is needed

ALAN – Maladies Rares Luxembourg published its 2017 Annual Report at its general assembly, which was held on the 20th of April in Mamer. In 2017, the consultation service of ALAN received 21% more requests for administrative, social and psychological support. This steep increase led the organization to more than double the number of consultations that it offers free of charge. These numbers, among others, underline the importance of the implementation of the National Plan for Rare Diseases, recently presented at the Chamber of Deputies. The development of this national plan was one of the major projects towards which the ALAN team and administrative board contributed their expertise in 2017.
The annual report (in French) is available here.


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