org), individuals can get news on three searchable databases: Rare Disease Database (RDB) that provides understandable reports written for patients and families on 1,120 rare diseases, with resources and referrals to support groups; Organizational Database (ODB) includes information on more than 2,000 organizations and government agencies that help rare-disease patients and families; Orphan Drug Designation Database (ODD) lists information on pharmaceuticals that have been designated orphan products since the Orphan Drug Act was enacted.
What does RDB stand for?
RDB stands for Rare Disease Database
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We have 65 other meanings of RDB in our Acronym Attic
- Remote Data Acquisition Van
- Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria (Australia)
- Ring Deutscher AuPair Vermittler (German: German Au Pair Mediators Ring; Germany)
- Rural Doctors Association of Victoria (est. 1991; Victoria, Australia)
- Riding for the Disabled Association of Western Australia
- Rural Doctors Association of Western Australia
- Radio des Boutières (French broadcasting company)
- Radiological Dispersion Bomb
- Ramped Dump Barge (US Navy)
- Rand de Basanti (actor)
- Rear Disc Brake (automobiles)
- Receive Data Buffer
- Recibo de Depósito Bancário (Portuguese: Bank Deposit Receipt; Brazil)
- Red Design Bureau
- Reference Data Base
- Reference Design Board (various companies)
- Regional Defense Bureau (Ministry of Defense; Japan)
- Regional Development Bank
- Relational Data Base
- Repeat Data Base
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NORD's Networking Program and Medication Assistance Programs link people to appropriate organizations and services, and its Rare Disease Database includes information on more than 1,000 rare diseases.
This site provides access to an electronic newsletter, a rare disease database, and related information.