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‘Biosimilars are advancing more treatment options for patients’

Cory Wohlbach is responsible for steering Teva’s new biosimilar products through the regulatory approval process. He explains what biosimilars are, how they have the potential to reduce costs for patients and how patient safety is always a top priority.

“Half the world’s people lack access to medicines”.

Giancarlo Francese works to helps improve access to medicines for some of the world’s poorest people. His job is a challenging one: to help improve the health of millions of people – as quickly as possible. Here he discusses an important campaign to get cancer drugs to children in Malawi, and how the death of a childhood friend influenced his decision to pursue a career in the health industry.

“Half the world’s people lack access to medicines”.

Giancarlo Francese works to helps improve access to medicines for some of the world’s poorest people. His job is a challenging one: to help improve the health of millions of people – as quickly as possible. Here he discusses an important campaign to get cancer drugs to children in Malawi, and how the death of a childhood friend influenced his decision to pursue a career in the health industry.

‘I’ve seen the impact that asthma and COPD can have.’

Xinyu Liu develops digital products and devices to help patients better manage their conditions. Xinyu explains why this is an unusual role in a pharmaceutical company and how she sees her job as being an advocate for patients.

‘Patients who relied on their medicine before COVID19 rely on them just as much today.’

Meet Teva’s active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) unit for generic medicines. Backed by a team of scientists, the sales team helps hundreds of pharmaceutical companies develop new medicines, working around the clock to provide them with the essential ingredients needed to make the products a reality. When it comes to the pandemic, they say “we haven’t stopped!”

“I used to design telephones but I find this far more rewarding”

Mike Smith works on the development of medical devices and combination products, such as auto-injectors and pre-filled syringes, which dispense drugs into the body. It is precise and painstaking work as the wrong dosage could have significant consequences for patients.