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R is for Rare

Annie Watson
Health & Fitness

Annie Watson is a young adult who has lived with narcolepsy, a rare sleep disorder, for almost her entire life. Curious about other rare diseases, Annie will interview someone who has been affected (either directly or indirectly) by these diseases and disabilites. She will be discussing the ins and outs of some of the most captivating rare diseases with the patients, doctors, and loved ones who know what it's like to be rare. New episodes of R is for Rare are released every Tuesday.


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Latest Episodes

After a few month hiatus (due to the craziness of senior year), this week’s episode is a new and very exciting rare disease podcast crossover episode! I was featured on The Rare Disorder Podcast back in September, and this is my interview with Shivan... more

12 days ago

This week's interview is with Megan Freeman, a greeting card creator and rare disease advocate! She has a very rare chromosomal disorder called 2q37 Deletion Syndrome, which causes delays in growth and development. For Megan, she didn't experience pu... more

5 months ago

This week’s interview is with Brenna Jones, who is a bookworm, Instagrammer, and teenage rare disease and disability advocate! She has many conditions, but the main rare disease we focus on throughout the episode is Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome, ... more

6 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 5 ratings
  • Looking forward to these podcasts

    I have some background knowledge of Annie’s narcolepsy journey and I have enjoyed hearing her story from her viewpoint now as a teen. I love that she is giving voice to others who have had challenges in their lives and how they have met them. Perfection is not part of life, meeting our challenges is!

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    Judy in Indiana
    United Statesa year ago

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