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Webinar: Living Better After Cancer - For Young Adults Dealing with Cancer

The latest in our ‘Living Better’ series of Live Q&A sessions looks at the psycho-social aspects of young adults...
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Can I Take Supplements During Cancer Treatment?

Cancer patients often self medicate with vitamins and mineral supplements and other dietary supplements during the...
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When a Store Welcomes Shoppers with Disability

Retail giant Big Bazaar has opened its stores to persons with disabilities by introducing inclusion initiatives and...

"Blind Travellers Do Not Need Wheelchairs!"

Travel is extremely important for the growth and development of the visually impaired, stresses Preeti Monga, a veteran...
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Happy Republic Day India

With over 20,000 members each, PatientsEngage communities for conditions such as ‘Heart and Cardio’ and ‘Diabetes’ are...

Play Should Be Accessible To Every Child

Can you imagine a child who has never been to a playground or a park, never been able to swing or slide! For whom open...
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Sifting The Truth From The Fake – Health News In The 21st Century

People get umpteen health news forwards and they often forward without verifying. Some even think "may be it will help...

Open Therapy Doors For A Safer Future Of Your Children

On World Human Rights Day and the day after World Patient Safety Day, TogetherWeCan and PatientsEngage would like to...

What Can A Patient Do To Address Safety Issues of Medical Implants?

A global investigation called ImplantFiles found an absence of clear guidelines on testing,  poor regulatory...
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"Disability Is Not The Problem. The Real Problem Is ATTITUDINAL Barriers"

Ritika Sahni, a singer-activist, special educator and Founder of NGO Trinayani, an advocacy driven organization,...

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