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World Immunization Week: Partnering to Improve Vaccine Access in Ethiopia

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Meet Tiringo Alamirew Dersie from Ethiopia. She envisions a future in which her four children have an opportunity to live their healthiest lives possible. Key to achieving that vision is ensuring her children have access to needed vaccines.

“I will do whatever I need to do to make sure they achieve their dreams,” Tiringo says.

PatientsLikeMe and Shire Pharmaceuticals Collaborate to Study Rare Genetic Diseases

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 18, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- PatientsLikeMe and Shire plc have announced a new collaboration that will support the development of a patient-centered, real world health learning system that expands understanding of patient health and disease. Philip Vickers, PhD, Head of Research and Development for Shire, said working with PatientsLikeMe will help the company overcome some of the traditional challenges inherent in understanding rare diseases.

Ride with Purpose

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At a glance, they seem like an odd couple. One is an on-demand ridesharing firm and the other a nonprofit committed to restoring the earth’s essential ecosystems. But connected they are thanks to an ingenious collaboration made possible by VMware. The effort — a win, win, win for all three partners — brings to life VMware’s mission to be a force for good in the world. 

Using the Power of Technology & Innovative Science to Advance Patient Care

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There have been great strides made recently in treating the most difficult and debilitating health conditions people face. Yet, there is still much work to be done if we are going to find truly effective therapies for these conditions. At Pfizer, we work to make our drug development process more efficient by collaborating with unique partners and exploring new pathways that harness technology and emerging science.

Using the Power of Technology & Innovative Science to Advance Patient Care

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There have been great strides made recently in treating the most difficult and debilitating health conditions people face. Yet, there is still much work to be done if we are going to find truly effective therapies for these conditions. At Pfizer, we work to make our drug development process more efficient by collaborating with unique partners and exploring new pathways that harness technology and emerging science.

Providing Patients with Global Health Resources

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Pfizer believes that all individuals deserve access to quality health care and the opportunity to lead healthy lives. We combine creative commercial strategies with philanthropic approaches to create a sustainable and meaningful impact on global health. In 2016, we made significant strides in advancing this goal, including:

2,000 Dow Volunteers and New Technology set the Stage for 2017 Partnership with Habitat for Humanity

Dow and Habitat collaboration enters 35th year
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ATLANTA and MIDLAND, Mich., March 29, 2017 /3BL Media/ – This year, The Dow Chemical Company and Habitat for Humanity enter their 35th year of partnership and will add new technologies to help make communities healthier and homes more sustainable for families in need of decent and affordable housing.

Pfizer, Partners Will Discuss “How to End a Plague” during SXSW Panel

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“In your pocket, you have a tool that we have employed to map the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness.”
– Dr. Paul Emerson, Director of the International Trachoma Initiative at The Task Force for Global Health.

Barclays and GSK: Seven Lessons for a Successful Partnership

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In 2013, Barclays and GSK formed a new partnership combining the skills and expertise of a bank and a healthcare company to help increase access to healthcare and improve economic livelihoods in Africa. A new report offers seven lessons learned from the project.

Tribble Center Gives Support in the Working World

Seneca, S.C., group puts people with disabilities to work, offers opportunities
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In some ways, The Tribble Center in Seneca, S.C., is a typical warehouse: boxes packed for shipping, work tables full of men and women constructing esoteric instruments.

Yet, the center, which provides services for people with intellectual disabilities, is much more.

Stepping through the crowd in the warehouse, Day Program Manager Donna Thompson starts rattling off names.

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