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Novartis launch NET cancer community app

Novartis launch NET cancer community app

Novartis, which said that raising awareness of NET cancer is important in improving understanding and management of this rare disease, has launched Galaxies of Hope as an aid to this.

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    Twenty years ago, ‘creative’was purely a tactical output; a print ad, a detail aid and maybe an exhibition stand.

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    Gerberding’s talent as a doctor and a public health leader first became apparent while working at the frontline of the HIV/AIDs crisis in the 1980s, to leading the US

  • The Patient Journey

    Frequently we find they are unaware of specific apps that can aid patient disease management yet state certain services apps offer as unmet needs. ... Ongoing consultancy can lead to greater buy-in of the tool and recommendations to their members as a

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    For instance, we now have the technology to allow the doctor to take a picture of the patch of skin with a mobile phone to aid the diagnosis from a library

  • Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation

    Using technology to aid patients in their recovery would seem a simple matter of tracking their activity using a device, and sending them an alert when their activity levels were under

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    What is the prognosis? As more and more ingenious methods of employing wearables to aid in various aspects of healthcare come to the fore, their convenience and consumer pull is undeniable.

  • Why patient education isn’t simple

    We work with pharma and charities to develop communications and support materials to aid the engagement, education and activation of patients throughout their healthcare journeys. ----------------------------------------------------------------------

  • Rob Pilbrow for Healthcare Communications Leader 2018

    Currently, he leads the scientific services team of 20 medical writers and scientific experts, and aids the senior management team in setting the strategic direction of the company.

  • Improving medication adherence by increasing health literacy

    Conducting simple question and answer sessions like this can aid in producing medical information that patients need the most.

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