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WHAT’S UP HEALTH

WHAT’S UP HEALTH

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Reports

From here you can access all the papers and technical analysis reports produced by LLYC’s Global Health team. A compilation of the latest IDEAS reports, opinion articles and in-depth content we have produced on the sector.

Cancer: a joint response for optimism
Cancer: a joint response for optimism
Cancer: a joint response for optimism

After being diagnosed with cancer, patients experience all kinds of feelings. Public-private partnerships that offer a joint response are key to defeating the disease, but if patients are to regain hope, we also need to employ fact-based communication that gives them the information they need.

Cancer: a joint response for optimism
Rare diseases: more information for social mobilization
Rare diseases: more information for social mobilization
Rare diseases: more information for social mobilization

Rare diseases are a health issue that affect approximately 6-8% of the global population. According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that 400 million in seven billion people worldwide suffer from at least one kind of rare disease. Despite the working definition provided the WHO definition, every country does its own statistical analyses, and consequently measures the affected percentage of its population differently.

Rare diseases: more information for social mobilization
One Health, hacia un abordaje holístico de la salud
One Health, hacia un abordaje holístico de la salud
One Health, hacia un abordaje holístico de la salud

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish, European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese.

One Health, hacia un abordaje holístico de la salud
Technology and digitalization in the health sector: reality or fiction?
Technology and digitalization in the health sector: reality or fiction?
Technology and digitalization in the health sector: reality or fiction?

Threats to public health mean transforming the healthcare sector through technology is a pressing concern.
Technology can help design prevention and wellness models.

Technology and digitalization in the health sector: reality or fiction?
Biologic and biosimilar medication: a marriage of convenience for societal benefit
Biologic and biosimilar medication: a marriage of convenience for societal benefit
Biologic and biosimilar medication: a marriage of convenience for societal benefit

Can the biopharmaceutical industry maintain 2020’s favorable position and further boost innovative biologic and biosimilar medicines? The launch of biologic (or biotechnological) medicines unleashed no shortage of controversy
among those unfamiliar with the novel science, but the corresponding controversy surrounding biosimilar medicines was greater still.

Biologic and biosimilar medication: a marriage of convenience for societal benefit
Qué hay más allá del covid-19
Qué hay más allá del covid-19
Qué hay más allá del covid-19

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish, European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese.

Qué hay más allá del covid-19
Healthcare trends 2021: New ways of communicating in the sector
Healthcare trends 2021: New ways of communicating in the sector
Healthcare trends 2021: New ways of communicating in the sector

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the health, social, and economic structure nations all over the world. Against this backdrop, certain industries’ strength and trajectory have been key to not only overcoming this crisis, but also to showcasing a high capacity to respond.

Healthcare trends 2021: New ways of communicating in the sector