Humanscape signs an MOU with Korean Pompe Disease Society

HUM | 04.16| 71

Humanscape has signed MOU(Memorandum Of Understanding) with Korean Pompe Disease Society(KPDS) on April 15th.

Pompe Disease is an inherited disorder caused by the buildup of a complex sugar called glycogen in the body’s cells. The accumulation of glycogen in certain organs and tissues, especially muscles, impairs their ability to function normally. (source: NIH)

KPDS which had first started as an online community in 2008 now works in various ways to boost awareness towards the disease, support patients with their medical welfare and gather patients by hosting ‘Hope camp’.

Jina Lim, the president of KSPD said “We are very happy to cooperate with Humanscape which has been creating new history of Korea IT healthcare startup. Soon to be released Rarenote 2.0 will play an important role as a bridge between Pompe patients’ health data management and next generation new drug development.”

Our CEO, Stephen Chang mentioned “If Rarenote 1.0 primarily covered Inherited Retinal Disease, Humanscape team is putting its best effort into release of version 2.0, which will be expanded into other rare diseases including Pompe disease and provide comprehensive and up-to-date medical news and genetic counseling.”

Rarenote 1.0 is available for download on Google Play and App Store.
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