Personal Voices|PatientsEngage

Personal Voices

Free Yourself From Unhealthy Habits!

We all have some bad habits. Many of these affect our health – both physically and mentally. This Independence Day, we...
A selfie pic of a young woman in a black and red checked shirt and a camera bag strap visible around her neck

"I Am Hopeful Of A Cure For This Rare Tumor"

Rima Roy is a young woman of 22 and suffers from a rare condition of Giant Cell Tumors in the Sacram. She shares the...
A young woman in the foreground in a white t-shirt talking into a mic

I Rediscovered Myself When I Publicly Accepted My Parkinsons

Dr Shanthipriya, 45 is a YOPD warrior and consultant ophthalmologist. Devastated when diagnosed with early Parkinson’s...

"Stress And Hypertension Are The Biggest Enemies"

Atul Garg*, 31 has been battling Type I Diabetes for last 8 years and has understood how important it is to lead a...
A young woman in a blue dress standing next to the open car door with a car key in her hand

Driving Cars As A Way to Independence For Disabled Persons

Anita Sharma from Jaipur, who has a 70% disability due to Polio, did a PhD from IIM Indore in Disability and...

"But The Pain Does Not Leave Me"

Anal Shah's son was 15 years old, when he developed a sudden fever and after a struggle of 20 days, died of multi-organ...
Profile pic of a middle aged man in a partially visible grey and white striped shirt

Faith And Support Are Important When A Family Member Is Affected By Cancer

Dipanwita Mukherjee was a small girl when her father Bibhuti Bhusan Chakraverty was diagnosed with throat cancer. This...
A couple with their kids on either side with a cake on the table in front and blue and white balloons around

Alive Today Because Of My Brother

Dr. Vipulkumar Goyani, 35, a doctor from Surat shares his personal experience of a how a diagnosis of Hepatitis B...

No Shortcuts To Hasten The Healing Process

Nothing prepares you for the loss of a parent, even in adulthood. On the first anniversary of her mother's death,...
A woman in a yellow kurta standing with her young son in a white shirt in front of a shop window. Both wear spectacles.

"It Is Important To Believe In Our Children"

Pallavi Mehta, 42 talks about the trials and triumphs of taking care of her 11 year old son Divyam who has Fragile X...

Pages