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Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

Katie Addy
In 2022, Cervical Cancer Prevention Week is happening between the 17th and 24th of January. At MedShr, we aim to build a global community to tackle cervical cancer as a global health issue. Read more about our initiatives.

Glaucoma Awareness Month

Adam Ali
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month! In this blog post, we will discuss Glaucoma care and some of the useful initiatives and resources available for patients to increase awareness about this condition.

All You Need to Know about the Malaria Vaccine

Katie Addy
In 2020, the estimated number of malaria deaths stood at 627,000. Over 75% of these deaths were in children and malaria remains one of the leading causes of death in sub-Saharan Africa. In October this year, the WHO approved the first malaria vaccine for widespread use across regions in which malaria is endemic. 

MedShr's most Compelling Cases of 2021

Maísa Corner
The most fascinating cases posted on MedShr in 2021 chosen by our clinical team.

The most popular MedShr groups of 2021

Maísa Corner
Join our Global MedShr groups to engage with posts in your speciality and share your knowledge.

Sickle Cell Disease - A Public Health Model

Katie Addy
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is the most common life-threatening genetic disorder among people of African heritage. Each year, over 300,000 children are born with SCD, and many of them do not have access to adequate care to prevent painful crises and prolong their life. Here, we aim to highlight the most effective low cost, preventive interventions in SCD, and help our readers stay up to date on guidance.

Dr.Evidence™ Partners with MedShr™ to Enhance Medical Knowledge for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals (HCPs)

MedShr Editor
SANTA MONICA, Calif.- Dr.Evidence™, the leading medical intelligence platform for life sciences companies, today announced the launch of a partnership with MedShr™, the world’s leading clinical case discussion platform.

Chagas Disease - What You Need to Know

Kirsty Hanson
Chagas disease, which is caused by the parasites found in the triatomine bug or 'kissing bug', is endemic to all Latin American countries. If left untreated, it can lead to chronic cardiac and gastrointestinal problems which are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. This article outlines the acute and chronic phases of Chagas disease, what can be down to prevent patients from progressing to chronic infection and how to manage cardiac complications.

World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021

Katie Addy
It is World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) 18-24 November 2021. This years theme is ‘Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance’. This MedShr open article takes a look a where we are with combating antimicrobial resistance globally and outlines what you can be doing to tackle it within your community.
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