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Patients and Their Supporters

Reliable and easy to understand medical knowledge for patients and their supporters.

Be Empowered on Your Health Journey. No Degree Required.

Benefit from clear and reliable medical knowledge to inform your healthcare decisions and those of the people you care for.

Use our award-winning, accredited Fast Facts handbooks and information sheets to understand more about a health condition and its treatment, and to guide your interactions with healthcare professionals. Deep dive into all things medical on The Waiting Room, a collection of articles, interviews and podcasts for patients and healthcare professionals alike.

Whatever your needs and preferences, we produce information in a variety of formats. Whether visual, audio, written – our resources accommodate your individual approach to expanding your knowledge.


Your Resources


The Waiting Room

Whether you are living with a certain health condition or disease or generally interested in medical research and healthcare topics, The Waiting Room blog is a rich mix of information, interviews, and news.

Fast Facts

Written by clinical experts and patient groups to help you ask the right questions about your condition, its diagnosis and treatment.

Summary Sheets

Short, concise 2-page infographic summary sheets on a specific topic in medicine for patients.


Listen to our featured experts – patients and healthcare professionals – talking about particular diseases, treatments, and the latest developments in research.

E-Learning Courses

Building on the principles and success of the ever-popular Fast Facts handbook series, Karger now offers Fast Facts e-learning courses for clinicians. Test your knowledge and earn CME points with our bite-sized interactive programs.




  • Portriat Bob Perry
    Professional support in raising awareness and educating
    Karger approached me to do a video interview about living with Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia and my role as a Patient Support Manager at the WMUK.
    The collaboration was very professional, with excellent communication and planning beforehand that helped me to feel well prepared for the interview. I am very pleased with the end result and we received positive feedback.
    This video contributes to our goals to raise awareness of the condition and to educate people who have been diagnosed with it. It gives people an opportunity to learn from somebody who lives with the condition and knows what to expect, and I would definitely recommend this kind of collaboration to others.

    Bob Perry, Patient Support Manager, Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia UK (WMUK)


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