Rare Connect

Join our World Wide Cryoglobulinemia  Support Community on RareConnect.

The Alliance for Cryoglobulinemia has partnered with the European Organization for Rare Diseases, EURORDIS, to create an international online community for people living with cryoglobulinemia and their loved ones. Through the community on RareConnect, people living with cryo can communicate, sharing experiences and information in a safe, moderated online forum.

Join RareConnect

About RareConnect

Living with a rare disease can be an isolating experience.RareConnect was created by EURORDIS (European Rare Disease Organisation) to provide a safe space where individuals and families affected by rare diseases can connect with each other, share vital experiences, and find helpful information and resources.


Learn what it’s like to live with a rare disease or share your own story. Browse patient testimonies, share photos, and contact patient organizations. The “Understand” section of RareConnect promotes awareness and understanding through daily life experiences.


Start your global conversation here. Connect with others around the world to share support and encouragement. The “Meet” section of RareConnect provides a safe place to meet friends, ask questions, start or join conversations, and interact with others experiencing the same challenges.


Find quality information from trusted sources. Read publications from medical experts and patient organizations. The “Learn” section of RareConnect links to FAQs, published articles, upcoming events, and other documents providing the latest information for each disease-specific community.

Benefits of Joining

  • Connect with others who understand
  • Learn about research and the latest treatments
  • Share your own experiences
  • See what advocacy organizations are doing around the world
  • Find helpful resources and information from experts
  • RareConnect International Cryoglobulinemia Community provides translation in English or in your native language of French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish

You are RARE But You Are NOT Alone.