Be it controlling NCDs, precision medicine for cancer or eliminating Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), health progress has been made possible by a network of actors.
This includes researchers in academia and in industry understanding diseases and developing vaccines and medicines, regulators incentivizing bringing of drugs to market, NGOs and foundations developing programs to deliver medicines, financial institutions defining innovative funding mechanisms, and healthcare providers training health workers.
The research-based biopharmaceutical industry has played its part by bringing life-saving and life-prolonging medicines and vaccines to individuals, improving both personal and public health outcomes. Together, industry and others have reimagined how medicines make the journey from lab to patient.
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