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Since 2015, the René Touraine Foundation through its Rare Diseases network has set up a drawing competition to raise awareness of rare skin diseases among the general public, to allow patients to express themselves and to encourage discussion.
The drawing contest is an international event open to all! Whether you are a patient, a professional or just curious, we all have a skin. Everyone can express their feelings about their own skin, the disease and those of others.
The theme chosen for 2021 was « A fleur de peau » / « Sensitive Skin ».
For this edition, more than 200 participants from 23 countries sent their works. The drawings presented here are those of the 18 winners.
These works are on display until 28 February 2022 in the atrium of the Imagine Institute and in professor Bodemer’s dermatology department on the first floor of the Robert Debré building at the Necker-Enfants malades hospital.
The theme of the 2022 edition launched on December 1st 2021 is: « Histoire de peau/Skin story ».
Five categories are possible depending on the age of the participants: 3-5 years / 6-9 years / 10-13 years / 14-18 years / over 18 years.
Participants have until 28 February 2022 to submit their drawings :
- by post: Fondation René Touraine, Hôpital Necker – Enfants malades, Bâtiment Carré Necker – Cour Breteuil, 149 rue de Sèvres, 75015 Paris – France
- by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (JPEG format if possible)
Please write your name, first name, age category, e-mail address and postal address on the back of the drawing or in the accompanying e-mail.
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