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World Leprosy Day

Sohail University marks World Leprosy Day to raise public awareness of Leprosy or Hansen's Disease. Leprosy was renamed Hansen’s disease after Norwegian scientist Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who in 1873 discovered the slow-growing bacterium now known as Mycobacterium leprae as the cause of the illness. Together, we can put a stop to prejudice and disgrace against people with Hansen’s disease that can be restored with antibiotics.

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Kashmir Day

Sohail University is observing Kashmir Solidarity Day with a strong intellectual heartbeat, unequivocal support to the inhabitants of Kashmir. The day is marked all over Pakistan on February 5th every year showing support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir.

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International Women’s Day

International women's day is celebrated on March 8. Let’s rejoice and share your feelings of appreciation for all the caring and loving women in your life.

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Balance Dysfunctions In Stroke Patient

Sohail University Organizes an International Rehabilitation Workshop on "BALANCE DYSFUNCTIONS IN STROKE PATIENT" This International Workshop was conducted on the 3rd of March, 2021 by DR. DANIA SHEREIF. Dr. Dania is MSC PT. Neuromuscular Disorders and its Surgeries and primephysio Senior Tutor in the UK. She is also a Bobath trained therapist IBITA. Here is the pictorial view of the Conference in which doctors, physiotherapists, and students keenly participated and gained knowledge on the assessment and regulation of balance that restricts the patient's free movement. Certificates were awarded to the participants at the end of the Workshop.

World Leprosy Day

Sohail University marks World Leprosy Day to raise public awareness of Leprosy or Hansen's Disease. Leprosy was renamed Hansen’s disease after Norwegian scientist Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who in 1873 discovered the slow-growing bacterium now known as Mycobacterium leprae as the cause of the illness. Together, we can put a stop to prejudice and disgrace against people with Hansen’s disease that can be restored with antibiotics.

Sohail University marks World Leprosy Day to raise public awareness of Leprosy or Hansen's Disease. Leprosy was renamed Hansen’s disease after Norwegian scientist Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who in 1873 discovered the slow-growing bacterium now known as Mycobacterium leprae as the cause of the illness. Together, we can put a stop to prejudice and disgrace against people with Hansen’s disease that can be restored with antibiotics.