Soha Wahb (she/her) is a Lebanese medical student at the American University of Beirut, and founder of “Endo In Arabic”, an initiative that aims to provide accurate information about Endometriosis in both English and Arabic, and to shed light on patients’ struggles and the factors hindering access to proper care.
In this episode, Soha brings forth her perspectives of being both a patient and healthcare professional to talk about the difficulties of accessing expert care, such as how loosely the term endometriosis “specialist” is used, and the lack of set criteria and unwillingness among the general medical community to distinguish true optimal care from suboptimal care. We also had a thought provoking discussion about how the medical community in the region and worldwide needs to take initiative and responsibility in improving endometriosis care.
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