There are a lot of talented students with impressive achievements and interesting biographies studying at EMAS.
Today we would like to tell you about our student Victoria Taufik, who is the leader of the informed patient community.
Victoria is the author of several books, including the best-selling “Saint Celery Day”. We asked how Victoria decided to publish her books.
It all started with a Facebook post called "I don't count calories." In the post, she proved that counting calories is unnatural, since the human body is an open system. Many people reacted differently to this post, some were perplexed, since Victoria was a marketer, not a doctor. Then Victoria created a Facebook group, where she continued to write that the theory of calories is a bluff. This information caught public attention, and 200 people came to the group on the same day. Now there are already 4,000 people.
Victoria began to receive questions about her health.
Eventually, there was enough material to write a whole book. Now Victoria is planning to publish the book "Is there a life without coffee." It is also planned to have co-authored books about obscurantism in medicine. The contract was signed for 12 books.
Victoria also graduated in biochemistry, biology, healthcare management, nutritional science and is studying neurophysiology.
We wish Victoria success in her professional career and creative development and are proud to be part of our large, friendly and success-oriented EMAS family, because WE MAKE THE STRONG BECOME SUCCESSFUL!