Experts from Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom offer unique ideas to tackle issues such as aging populations, budgetary pressures and increasing demand for services.
New data just released in the two largest global pharma markets show the substantial and growing level of savings made possible by increased use of generic medicines.
In developed countries, a child diagnosed with cancer has an 80% chance of surviving. Survival rates in developing countries can be as low as 10%. Dr. Mae Dolendo, a pediatric oncologist in the Philippines, is committed to evening these odds for the children she treats, with support from World Child Cancer and Sandoz.
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