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How can you help our CDG community? Is easy! Share among your social media and other channels the information we make available within this section and website. This raises awareness, accelerates diagnosis, and secures better care and management for our CDG children and adults!

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Our in-person event takes place at the NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, is one of Portugal's three most significant and prestigious schools of Engineering and Sciences.

It is located 15 minutes from Lisbon, renowned for its excellence in research, the quality of its courses, and the extensive employability of its graduates (graduates, masters, doctors). For more information, visit FCT NOVA).

How to get to NOVA School of Science and Technology

The campus is served by a vast transport network, including combined services (bus, train, ferry) and by tram, which terminus ("University") is located along one of the NOVA School of Science and Technology entrances.
Find suggestions about how to get to NOVA School of Science and Technology from Lisbon (Humberto Delgado Airport), Lisbon (Downtown), and Setúbal here.

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Authors

Vanessa Ferreira (Senior community-centric researcher, and Global Patient Advocacy, CDG & Allies FCT, NOVA University, World CDG Organization, and Portuguese Association for CDG).

Revisor 

Ana Verde (collaborator at CDG & Allies FCT, NOVA University). 

Content manager

Marisa Godinho (collaborator at CDG & Allies FCT, NOVA University).

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