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For this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we spoke with Jade Corbridge from the Zero Suicide Alliance. She…

In this episode of Karger’s The Waiting Room Podcast, we talk with Dr Catherine Richards Golini about health literacy. Catherine…

Diversity and Ability (D&A) is a UK-based social enterprise led by and for disabled people, i.e., 85% of their team…

This year’s UK Disability History Month is held from November 16 until December 16, 2022, and features the theme “Disability,…

Waldenström macroglobulinemia (WM) is a rare blood cancer that usually progresses slowly. WM can be diagnosed by blood tests, bone…

Waldenström macroglobulinemia (WM) is a rare blood cancer that usually progresses slowly. WM can be diagnosed by blood tests, bone…

The yearly event known as Movember involves growing moustaches throughout the month of November to bring attention to issues affecting…

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer….

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The good news is: The earlier breast cancer is detected the faster it can be treated, which means that cure…

Since late 2019, people all over the world have heard of COVID-19, or coronavirus. Since then, it has been a…

In 2020, more than 18 million individuals were diagnosed with cancer and nearly 10 million died of the disease, more…

For World Patient Safety Day 2022 on September 17 we got in touch with Professor Sir Liam Donaldson. He is…

For Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, which is held in September each year, we got in touch with Adjunct Professor Sally…

A cavernoma is a cluster of abnormal blood vessels, usually found in the brain and spinal cord. They are sometimes…

From August to October, thousands of people across the UK will come together to take part in Shine Night Walks…

Gastroparesis, commonly known as delayed gastric emptying, is a condition in which the stomach does not empty completely. In the…

Appendiceal cancer is very rare. It is estimated that approximately 1 or 2 people per million in the United States…

According to Sarcoma UK, sarcomas are uncommon cancers that can affect any part of the body, on the inside or…

On the occasion of World Vitiligo Day, which is observed on June 25 every year, we got in touch with…

Scleroderma, meaning “hard skin” in Greek, is a rare autoimmune condition that causes skin and tissue to thicken and become…