Faces of ANE

ANE is a non discriminating childhood disease. It was first thought that this disease only affected patients of Asian ethnicity but as you will see in our faces of ANE video it is non-discriminating. It affects people from all cultures, from the depths of Finland to a little Maori girl in New Zealand;  all  the different states in the US,  Australia, India, the Netherlands and in South Africa.

Our small international group of approximately 40 families span the entirety of the globe. On July 31st, you will hear our stories, our challenges, our losses and our victories.

Please join us, by investing your time in educating yourself. You will be creating your own awareness. We, at ANE International, are focusing on Awareness, Education and Support and by helping us, you will be doing your part in creating awareness.

#ANEandUs #AwarenessDay#RareDisease#ANEawarenessday #Influenza #cytokinestorm #braininjury #AcuteNecrotizingEncephalopathy #ShareYourRare #patientstories #InfectionInducedAcuteEncephalopathy #ANEC  #rarespecialpowers #brain #influenza #flu  #vaccine  

Get ready to join the #1stANEawarenessday  #countdown #ANEcommunity.  ANE International sheds a light on this #RareDisease.
We are days away. Let’s all rock together!

Find out more details at: http://aneinternational.org/ane/awareness-day/


We are on social media, you can follow us at:

FB: https://www.facebook.com/ANEInternational/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/aneinternationa

LinkedIN:  www.linkedin.com/in/ane-international

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aneinternational


Please visit our  ANE Awareness Store

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