The president of the Hong Kong Alliance for Rare Diseases, Tsang Kin-ping (wearing glasses), Rebecca Yuen Pui-ling, from the Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Association of Hong Kong (second from right), and patient Kong Wong Fung-ming rally outside the government headquarters in Tamar, calling on the Hospital Authority to subsidise drugs for rare diseases. Photo: David Wong

Sufferers of rare diseases in Hong Kong need more support – that, at least, is one thing political rivals can agree on

Raymond Mak says the government should grasp the opportunity to implement policies that offer support to such patients, given the consensus among rival factions for action

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The president of the Hong Kong Alliance for Rare Diseases, Tsang Kin-ping (wearing glasses), Rebecca Yuen Pui-ling, from the Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Association of Hong Kong (second from right), and patient Kong Wong Fung-ming rally outside the government headquarters in Tamar, calling on the Hospital Authority to subsidise drugs for rare diseases. Photo: David Wong
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