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About US

Since 2011, Carenity’s mission is “Patient First”. We imagined this site to help you better share your experience, find comfort and useful information from other patients and, hopefully, improve your life.

Our goal is to better meet the needs of patients and their loved ones.

FIND CONCRETE HELP FROM PEOPLE WHO SHARE THE SAME HEALTH ISSUES AS YOU.

Carenity facilitates the linking of men and women affected by the same diseases by providing a free social network: groups of friends, news feed, discussion forums, private messaging, etc. Our belief is that new technologies should help you to not be alone in your illness.

LEARN ABOUT LIVING BETTER WITH YOUR ILLNESS ON A DAILY BASIS

  • Carenity is a source of quality information on medical news and innovations. We provide you with articles, expert videos, doctor interviews, patient testimonials to help you better manage your health.
  • We have developed with doctors simple and useful applications to give you feedback on the effectiveness of your medications, track your symptoms and share your information with the Carenity community.

CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE

  • We imagined a collaborative, innovative and virtuous model. At Carenity, patients are invited to express their needs about their illness or their treatments so they can be better understood by those who will develop better health products for patients tomorrow.
  • Carenity, a young French innovative company, finances itself by carrying out studies for private and public health actors: industrialists, doctors, researchers, patient associations … We offer our clients market research based on strictly anonymous data and aggregated. We never give access to the personal information of our members.

At Carenity, this transparency is at the heart of our values. All our initiatives must above all benefit the patient and his entourage.

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