Free medical care: Farmak brought doctors and medicines to the de-occupied territories

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On December 10, another group of “Mobile Doctors” visited the territory liberated from the russian occupier. This time, the clinic on wheels arrived in the village of Kyiinka, Chernihiv region. Local residents were able to undergo a free examination, pass the necessary tests in a mobile laboratory and receive medicines. The project was organized with the support of the pharmaceutical company Farmak.

Clinic on wheels: how to get a free examination and get the necessary medicines


In October, the volunteers of the DyvoUA Charitable Foundation launched the Mobile Doctors project, within the framework of which they conduct free medical examinations of people in the territories liberated from the aggressor. In addition to high-quality diagnostics and medical advice, Ukrainians can also receive the necessary medicines free of charge, which are provided to the project by the pharmaceutical company Farmak.

Farmak, in cooperation with Kyiv Metro, has organized exhibition “100th Anniversary of Insulin Discovery”


Farmak, in cooperation with the Kyiv Metro, has presented the exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of insulin discovery*. The exposition “100th Anniversary of Insulin Discovery” was kicked off on October 13 in the hall of the Teatralna metro station in Kyiv.

According to WHO data, in 2020, every tenth person in the world had diabetes mellitus. This disease was included in the Top 10 Causes of Death list in 2020. Approximately 463 million people in the world are living with diabetes.

There are 1.3 million of officially confirmed cases of diabetes in Ukraine. Unfortunately, this number is increasing every year. Only one third of the real number of patients are considered to be diagnosed with diabetes.