Aims and Scope


The Journal of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (JRDOD) is a peer-reviewed open access medical journal that publishes original research, reviews, case reports, and letters covering a broad field of its specialty. We intend to publish articles that are stimulating to read, educate and inform readers with the most up-to-date research in genetics, rare diseases, and new orphan drug development indifferent stages of clinical trials. Journal topics center on patients living with undiagnosed rare diseases, the importance of a diagnosis, individual approaches to treatments.


We are looking for the papers from rare disease medical experts to contribute and share their knowledge.  


  • To fill a niche for practical information about physiological, pharmacological, psychological, and pathological forces that lead to development of rare diseases.
  • To afford an international platform for meaningful interdisciplinary collaboration to promote safe, effective, and affordable global patient care with rare disease conditions.
  • To connect conventional and evidence-based complementary medicine to produce overall wellness.
  • To address all aspects of the patients’ life related to the rare disease conditions, including, but not limited to psychological aspects, caregiver support, medical care availability, multidisciplinary team approach.