Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines

Our mission is to increase medical knowledge among people healing through various illnesses and provide psychological, emotional and social support. To that end, we will be working hard to ensure that we align our actions with that purpose. These Community Guidelines should not only help you understand how to act within the community but also help you understand what to expect from others in this space.

This community does NOT intend to and should NOT be used as a substitute to visiting healthcare providers, hospitals or medical personnel. Rather, it is meant to complement the efforts of doctors in ensuring better medical care.

Do NOT share personal details, private information or location.


We encourage anonymity.

Visitors are welcome and can go through our pages. However comments, discussions and participation remains exclusive to registered users.

Registration via sign up is FREE.

User participation and access to all pages, features and content in this community is free.

Our blog is moderated by administrators of

All blog contents is screened and confirmed medically accurate before they are posted to the general public.

Do not discuss or engage in non-medical discussions on this blog.

Stay on topic: comments, questions and contributions should be relevant to topic discussed.

Users can send in blog posts under “Make A Post”. These shall however be moderated and if confirmed medically accurate shall be posted for the members of a community.


Accuracy is important.

Members of a community, notwithstanding, can ask questions, make comments or create threads.

Don’t upload or post inappropriate content.

All advertisements should be sent to

Any harassment or hateful conduct, including discrimination, hate speech, bullying, or targeted attacks is NOT allowed.

Soliciting members for money, research, or other personal or commercial interests is not allowed. Linking to sources where you have a personal interest or stand to gain from is not allowed.

Sexual content or nudity is HIGHLY prohibited.

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