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CARNIVAL AND RARE DISEASE DAY

Today it was the Carnival party at the school of my son. He was disguised as Minion. His mates were disguised as gladiators, cowboys, knights and the girls were disguised as Monster Highs. They have agreed. They walked in a short parade and after coming back to school, they ate litlle sweets in the playground. All the parents were taking photos and also the teachers. They had a blast!

Now I'm going to talk about rare diseases, as today is the international day. Rare it doesn't mean that they don't matter. There are a lot of rare diseases and we must spread awareness of them. I attach a video to watch it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLzNABIyhto

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    CARNIVAL AND RARE DISEASE DAY

    Today there was a Carnival party at my son's school of my son. He was disguised as a Minion. His classmates were disguised as gladiators, cowboys and knights; the girls were disguised as Monster Highs. They had it all arranged. They walked in a short parade and after coming back to school, they ate little sweets in the playground. All the parents and teachers were taking photos and also the teachers. They had a blast!

    Now I'm going to talk about rare diseases, as today is the International Rare Disease Day. Just because they are rare it doesn't mean that they don't matter. There are a lot of rare diseases and we must spread awareness of them. I attach a video for you to watch it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLzNABIyhto

    CARNIVAL AND RARE DISEASE DAY

    Today it was the Carnival party at the school of my son. He was disguised as a Minion. His mates were disguised as gladiators, cowboys, and knights, and the girls were disguised as Monster Highs. They have agreed. (Did you mean "They had it all planned"?) They walked in a short parade, and after coming back to school, they ate little sweets in the playground. All the parents were taking photos and also the teachers. They had a blast!

    Now I'm going to talk about rare diseases, as today is the international day. Rare it doesn't mean that they don't matter. There are a lot of rare diseases, and we must spread awareness of them. I attached a video for you to watch it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLzNABIyhto

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