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“…I realized I had spent my life largely ignorant to a privilege I had taken for granted, the privilege of receiving medical treatment when I was sick.” – Celine Pourmoradi, Volunteer, Clinic by the Bay (grantee of Enhancing Access2Care, program supported by Volunteers in Medicine, Direct Relief and Teva)
When Ethiopia began to run out of cancer medicines to treat children, a race against time began to get crucial supplies to the country.
Narrative review represents a key milestone in Teva’s efforts to address multiple chronic conditions
Explaining technical subjects in an easily-accessible manner isn’t the easiest of jobs, but it’s something the Teva team in Croatia grasped with both hands when designing a book on pharmacovigilance (PhV)1.
Water is a precious resource around the globe, with India one of the hardest hit regions. A study by India’s Ministry of Water Resources reports that the country was experiencing the worst water crisis in its history, with around 200,000 people dying each year from inadequate access to clean water.1
It takes a village. From community to peer-to-peer to public/private partnerships, Teva is on a journey to better understand the struggles patients, caregivers and providers face in treating those with more than one chronic condition.
A panel of leaders from the public and private sector gathered to discuss the growing challenge of non-communicable diseases (such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, respiratory diseases and mental health), and the need to bring our expertise and resources together in a concerted focus on patients. The meeting coincided with the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs).
Effects of MS go far deeper than the physical symptoms
Research and collaboration with 13,500 patients’ leads to creation and expansion of patient-centric website ‘Life Effects’ in Europe
During one sultry summer evening, HR director Laura Baltakiene and her colleagues at Teva’s Vilnius, Lithuania facility came up with a brilliant idea. The result? Great teamwork and fresh, delicious honey...
“I wanted to be a pharmacist since my early childhood because everyone in my community relied on their pharmacist for medical advice. The pharmacist knew local families and helped solve their problems,” said Jelena Cabo-Aras, Director of Primary Care and Respiratory Medicine at PLIVA Croatia.