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Rare

Describing a coin that is extremely difficult to find. Depending on its quality, a rare coin may be quite valuable, depending on demand from collectors and investors. However, a rare coin may be a highly illiquid asset. See also: Numismatics.
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NORD developed the platform with input from patients and patient organizations, researchers, and regulators as part of its mission to identify and treat all 7,000 rare diseases.
Many people with a rare disease continue to experience low quality of life and high levels of disability.
Japan Rare Earths's CEO Taimu Kawano commented, “We are greatly enthused by this preliminary estimate of the sites ore content, providing us with an excellent base from which to evaluate the overall economics of the property.
Ford and Avalon Rare Metals Latest to Join Rare Earth Trade Group
Rare earth elements were first identified in a mineral unearthed from a quarry in Ytterby, a small town not far from Stockholm, in 1787.
Acquiring the rare book, manuscript, or archival collection is only the first step; following is storage, conservation, security monitoring, and processing.
Smaltz worked at MTB until 1990, a year that marked a turning point in the rare coin industry, he says.
This 2012 Deep Research Report on Global and China Rare Earth Industry is a professional and in-depth research report on the Global and China Rare Earth Industry.
22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With patient access to health care becoming increasingly dependent upon state policies, the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) has developed and released the first-ever State Progress Report to evaluate how states are serving the 30 million Americans with rare diseases.
Average time to diagnosis for rare diseases is around 5 years and typically involves 2-3 misdiagnoses [sup.
Speaking at the Northern Ireland Rare Disease Partnership (NIRDP) Autumn Event, Minister Wells said: Everyone has a right to expect the best treatment and care that the Health Service can provide, whether their condition is one of the many conditions which are known under the collective banner of rare disease or one that is more prevalent.
Meanwhile, minerals rich in Rare Earth elements are key for the development and manufacture of key components in clean energy technologies, automobiles and electronics.