Another wonderful Women's Day Story to share:

"We all know Marie Curie who defied society standards and gained the respect of all. I know a slightly different Marie Curie. Her name is Hoda Azmy, a scientific researcher and a student. Her passion is infectious. The reason I chose her is that we don’t see many girls pick a career in science. When I asked her what made her choose research, she...
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[Run for the Health]
You know what has become the most popular event in Taiwan now? That’s right, it’s road running. Road running is a running activity, obviously, and it often combines with a theme. And our theme this time is “run for the health”. That is, we will advocate the importance of health to people by running. Isn’t that cool? If you are not a fan of running, that’s fine, there will...
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Our ExCo meet with International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) members to learn about FIP Seoul 2017 World Congress Students & Young Graduates’ Package
Friday, March 24th, 2017 is World Tuberculosis Day! What do you know about tuberculosis? Take our quiz and test your knowledge!

World Tuberculosis Day Quiz
Women's Day Stories Continue!

Thank you Youstina Nabil

"Growing up as a woman in my country was anything but easy. Not wanting to be limited by gender stereotyping was a war worth fighting for. They told me I could never work while being a college student, they said you're a woman and not strong enough to do it but here I am, working 9 hours 5 days a week, studying for my college and...
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Globally, two billion people are infected with tuberculosis (TB), the world’s leading infectious disease killer.

TB is deadly and it can also be resistant to antibiotics. Each year, half a million cases across the globe are drug-resistant, meaning the drugs used to treat TB will not kill the bacteria. Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) is the deadliest and most dangerous type....
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Were you able to resolve the questions from our patients in the Crazy Clinical Corner?
Check out our blog to find out!

Crazy Clinical Corner Answers January and February
Pharmacists are key partners in making sure that the medicines people receive are safe. That’s why we’re pleased to welcome the Commonwealth Pharmacy Association (CPA) as the newest member of Fight the Fakes campaign. Learn more about CPA and our global campaign to protect people from dangerous fake medicines here: [ Link ]
Thank you, ASEPA, Algeria for this Women's Day Story.

Mrs. R:

Growing up, we girls believe in happy ever after, but no woman would ever doubt walking down the aisle, that AFTER is not as expected.

For me I lived a fairy tale for about 35 years. I was a happy wife, happy mother, had a happy house but not for so long. A happy husband doesn’t sell your family house without your knowledge,...
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The Women's Day story submission continue with another wonderful story. Thank you Sara Hussein Fathi.

I was diagnosed with depression in secondary stage; the treatment I received made me want to eat more, so I started to gain weight. When I got married 5 years after that, it got worse; I could not control my appetite. I jumped from 50 kg to 80 kg in just a few months. It was devastating that...
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#IPSF President Israel Bimpe is representing IPSF at World Health Organization (WHO) Expert Consultation Meeting on Health Workforce Education and Antimicrobial Resistance Control #IPSFcares #IPSFeverywhere
Were you able to correctly answer the questions in our February Compounding Corner?

February Compounding Corner Answers
Thank you Nora Ali Nagy for this Women's Day story!

I got my injury when I was 3 years old. I never felt that I was disabled until I got into school. Their over caring was my real disability. I wish I could stand in the school morning queue.The moment I finished my diploma was the exact moment when I felt that my life has stopped. I was doing nothing but eating and sleeping everyday. After a...
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Our #IPSFExCo concluding #EM2 in The Hague. Big thanks to the 7 who were able to make the trip to #headquarters, as well as those ExCo members that participated virtually from abroad. Our #Federation would not function without your hard work and dedication! #toIPSF #vivalapharmacie #ipsforg
Have you registered for FIP Seoul 2017 World Congress Students & Young Graduates’ Package?
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FIP WC Promotion Video

Promotion for FIP World Congress in Seoul 2017

KEPhSA, Kenya and PANS, Nigeria are the 2017 AfRO TDC Hosts

We're pleased to announce Pharmaceutical Association of Nigerian Students (PANS) and Kenya Pharmacy Students Association (KEPhSA) as the hosts of this year's IPSF Trainers Development Camp (TDC) in the African Regional Office (AfRO).

"The IPSF Training Portfolio would love to congratulate PANS, Nigeria and KEPhSA, Kenya on hosting...
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She is one of the most iconic women in IPSF African Regional Office. She broke many barriers while in the federation. She’s one of the brains that brought back IPSF World Congress to Africa after more than 20 years. She is a leader. She is Mitchelle Masuko. Our Regional Media and Publications Office...

“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself, find out who you are and do it on purpose”- Mitchelle Masuko, 62nd IPSF World Congress Chairperson | IPSF AfRO
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Don't miss anything happening in our Federation this month! #HygieiaHerald

Volume 3 – 19 March 2017