Dive into the world of rare diseases. Join us as we open up a conversation with patients, physicians, and experts from around the world on our mission for life-changing answers!
Genetics Can Close the Gap
There are over 7,000 rare diseases affecting over 350 million patients around the world – and each patient is unique, with a different genetic makeup and individual medical needs. Join moderator Ben Legg and rare disease expert Prof. Peter Bauer as they explore the challenges and successes of the rare disease community. Listen in to get an inside look into rare diseases as we embark on a mission for life-changing answers.
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Benefits of Genetic Testing
Genetic testing is a powerful tool that provides individuals with insight into their genetic makeup and potential health risks. By identifying genetic mutations or variations, individuals can take proactive steps to maintain their health, prevent onset of certain conditions, and make informed family planning decisions. Join Taylor Kane, Executive Director, Remember The Girls/Rare Disease Patient Advocate, moderator Ben Legg, and rare disease expert Prof. Peter Bauer, as they discuss the benefits of genetic testing.
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Inside Rare Diseases: What's Next for Amyloidosis?
In this episode of the podcast, “Inside Rare Diseases: On a mission for life-changing answers”, Dr. Katrin Hahn from Charité Berlin University of Medicine and CENTOGENE’s Prof. Peter Bauer join host Ben Legg to talk about the diagnostic challenges surrounding hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis (ATTR). Dr. Hahn is a Neurologist, Senior Physician, and Head of the Hereditary Neuropathies and Amyloidosis Research Group Speaker ACCB and NEURO-AIDS Research Group at the Berlin Charité. Subscribe now to get notified when the episode is released and listen in as Dr. Hahn and Prof. Bauer share insights into the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of ATTR.
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Inside Rare Diseases: What’s Next for Parkinson’s Disease?
In this episode of the “Inside Rare Diseases: On a mission for life-changing answers podcast,” Dr. Christine Klein, Head of the Neurogenetic Institute of the University of Lübeck, and CENTOGENE’s Prof. Peter Bauer, M.D., join host Ben Legg to talk about the latest insights into Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Dr. Klein is a Professor of Neurology and Neurogenetics. She has served as the Chair of the Congress Scientific Program Committee of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society and President of the German Neurological Society and currently acts as Chair-Elect of the European Section of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society. Listen in as Dr. Klein and Prof. Bauer share insights into the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
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20 Years On: The Human Genome Project & Rare Diseases
CENTOGENE’s Prof. Peter Bauer and Dr. Jorge Pinto Basto join us on this episode of the Inside Rare Diseases podcast to look back on the past 20 years since the Human Genome Project concluded. Listen in as they share their insights on the initial impact, the advancements in the past two decades, and what the future of genetics and rare disease patient care could look like.
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Prof. Peter Bauer, M.D., is passionate about turning medical questions into […]
Jorge serves as CENTOGENE’s Vice President Medical Genetics. Bringing in […]
Dr. Christine Klein is a Professor of Neurology and Neurogenetics. […]
Dr. Katrin Hahn is a renowned Neurologist and Senior Physician at Charité - […]
Taylor Kane has spent most of her life as a rare disease advocate. She […]