Limited resources and other barriers have long stymied advances in medical research infrastructure in Africa. But the situation is starting to change. Many countries are making greater investments in science as part of broader efforts to tackle local health problems.
Raising a child with a rare disease can feel overwhelming and isolating, but many parents end up being extremely proud of their children’s achievements.
Rare diseases, like sIBM, need the collaboration of Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research team. Read how Novartis is trying to keep the elderly independent.
Novartis' Arogya Parivar initiative is a pioneering business approach which aims to deliver healthcare sustainably to more people, particularly in the developing world.
Novartis is proud to have achieved Silver Class status in this year’s edition of the RobecoSAM “Sustainability Yearbook” for our excellent sustainability performance.
When endocrinologist Ann Taylor was working at Massachusetts General Hospital, she met a woman with McCune-Albright syndrome, a rare disorder that affects the skin, bones and several hormone-producing tissues.
Parents and doctors can help children understand rare diseases like TSC and SJIA with the help of cartoon dogs and comic book superheroes.
After 40 years of working in information technology, Jim Barrington took a partial retirement from his job as Novartis’ chief information officer and started looking for new ways to apply his skills.
Novartis has joined forces with lymphoma experts in academia to hack into the genetics of a rare form of blood cancer known as mantle cell lymphoma (MCL).
With extensive experience in public health management, having worked for the International Red Cross, among others, and as a doctor in emergency situations on the ground in Africa and Asia— Ann Aerts discusses the Novartis Foundation's new leprosy strategy.
Review the strategy and annual performance of Novartis and read letters from our Chairman and CEO.
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