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European Reference Networks (ERNs) are virtual networks involving healthcare providers across Europe. They aim to tackle complex or rare diseases and conditions that require highly specialised treatment and concentrated knowledge and resources. Health systems in the European Union aim to provide high-quality, cost-effective care. This is particularly difficult with rare or low-prevalence complex diseases or conditions. Between 5.000 and 8.000 rare diseases affect the daily lives of around 30 million people in the EU.
Professor Graeme Black, chair of TWG6 "Genetic Diagnostics" of ERN-EYE, has been recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in her Birthday Honours list.
The European Rare diseases Networks (ERN) have been launched in spring 2017 and aim to improve care for patients with rare diseases. The ERN-EYE network is dedicated to rare eye diseases and...
Professor Hélène Dollfus opened the first meeting of the European Reference Network ERN-EYE, which officially launched the work of 29 health care providers from 13 European member...
ERN-EYE is a European Reference Network (ERN) approved by the ERN Board of Member States. The ERNs are supported by the European Commission. For more information about the ERNs and the EU health strategy, please visit http://ec.europa.eu/health/ern. The content on this website represents the views of the network and is its sole responsibility; it can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission or any other body of the European Union.