Dr. Namitha Kumar's Profile
MA - English, PhD (Psychology)
Her deepest passion is working on human experience of disability. She holds a PhD in Psychology. She is also interested in experiences of chronic and genetic illnesses.
Written / Edited / Medically Reviewed
The recently submitted national rare disease policy 2017 has serious flaws and gaps which need to be addressed before finalizing the policy document.
Sickle Cell Disease is the most common genetic blood disorder globally and World Sickle Cell Day aims at raising awareness of this disorder.
The life and struggle of a person who suffers from beta thalassemia major, a rare genetic blood disorder, seen through the eyes of Gagandeep Singh Chandok
World Thalassemia Day is marked on 8 May each year to bring about public awareness about this deadly blood disorder.
World Immunology Day was marked by Primary Immunodeficiency Patients Welfare Society and Aster CMI hospital on 26 April 2017