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Carenity community members are active every day, participating, commenting and helping one another. These top discussions are a reflection of the discussions in all the condition forums, which generate a significant number of comments, reactions, and recent participations. They are of great interest to our members.

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Exchange with our community of patients in dedicated areas for different chronic conditions. The following are an example of the existing forums on Carenity. There you can ask your questions and share your experience with members facing the same challenges as you.

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Hela Ammar

Pharmacist, Hela is a data scientist at Carenity. Using her scientific and medical knowledge, she supports various project managers to carry out real-life studies conducted with members of the community. A graduate of the Faculty of Pharmacy of Monastir in Tunisia, Hela holds a PharmD. After an internship as a market analyst at the Ministry of Public Health in Tunisia and an internship as an assistant diabetology product manager, she decided to complete a specialized master's degree in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Management at ESCP Business School. Hela joined Carenity in May 2022 as a data scientist after completing her end-of-study internship at Novartis as a junior product manager working with solutions for severe asthma. Through her various experiences in hospitals and pharmacies, Hela has had the opportunity to work closely with patients and has developed a deep knowledge of chronic diseases. 

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What our members have to say

These are quotes and opinions submitted by Carenity members. Here patients, their loved ones, and those interested in their health share their experiences and opinions about the Carenity forum and what they have learned from talking to other patients.

"I've been in and out of depression for years and just need to talk about it with people who understand! It's great to have a place like Carenity to turn to where I can talk to other people who understand what it's like battling mental illness."

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Mark
Depression, Patient
44 years old

"I was recently diagnosed with fibromyalgia and I often feel that no one understands. At Carenity I have met so many other people with fibro. It’s nice to share with people who understand me."

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Veronica
Fibromyalgia, Patient
50 years old

"My mother has MS and I've grown up seeing how it affects her. It's so painful to not be able to change it. I'm happy to have found ths site, so I can give advice and support to anyone with MS."

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Ashleigh
Multiple sclerosis, Relative
33 years old

"I've had osteoarthritis for about 20 years now. I have been on several NSAIDs, corticosteroids and recently I had knee surgery. I hope my experience can help others."

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Gina
Osteoarthritis, Patient
73 years old

"People don't understand how difficult it is to have Crohn's. It's a relief to share my thoughts and worries with other patients who get me."

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Pete
Crohn's disease, Patient
28 years old

"I was diagnosed with RRMS when I was young and it has now progressed to SPMS. The transition has been difficult for me. Carenity gives me a chance to find support and advice."

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Julia
Multiple sclerosis, Patient
55 years old