Queen Letizia attends congress on Rare Diseases in Bilbao

Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases on April 21, 2016 in Bilbao, Spain.The congress has discussed how to improve the schooling of kids affected by these patologies. (There are more than 6000 rare diseases. On the whole, rare diseases may affect 30 million European Union citizens. 80% of rare diseases are of genetic origin, and are often chronic and life-threatening.)
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a congress on rare diseases  in Bilbao, Spain
Queen Letizia attends congress on Rare Diseases in Bilbao
Queen Letizia wore NINA RICCI Tweed Swing CoatQueen Letizia wore MAGRIT Shoes
                      NINA RICCI Tweed Swing Coat                                  MAGRIT Shoes

10 comments:

  1. She looks amazing. Nice dress, beautiful hair!

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  2. OMG I love her outfit, curls, earrings, shoes, I love HER

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  3. She looks amazing indeed.
    Love her dress and her hair.
    Whoever takes care of her hair, does a wonderful job. Well done!

    Its good to see her attending the congress. Hopefully her attendance brings more attention and awareness on rare diseases, so that researchers and doctors can do more research and perhaps find better cure.

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    1. Her attendance will not "inspire them to find the cure for something". They need money for new scientific methods, more education, etc.

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    2. Here's how that works, Lassie. Famous folk (QL or Chris Noth/diabetes, Michael J. Fox/Parkinson's, Katie Couric/colon cancer, Lance Armstrong/testicular cancer, Melinda & Bill Gates/Global health, etc.) put their celebrity status to good use by championing medical causes. Their support and presence at events "brings more attention and awareness" to the cause, resulting in contributions "for new scientific methods, education, etc." so, as Marianne said, researchers and doctors can do their thing and find treatments and cures.

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    3. C'est correct, Beth et Marianne. Les Royals donnent visibilité aux causes qu'ils parrainent et ça fournit des ressources. La Reine Letizia en fait un excellent travail.
      Lassie ne comprend rien. Elle loue ses idoles et critique le reste, raison ou à tort.

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    4. I know how it works but there's something else I wanted to emphasize. Nevermind.

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