The event will take place on November 21 in Basel.
In Cameroon, seeking treatment for chronic diseases can be a long journey.
Cameroon faces a serious increase in chronic diseases like heart disease, asthma, cancer and diabetes. This agreement complements the government’s ongoing efforts by improving access to affordable medicines and educating patients.
Novartis reaches agreement with Uganda to supply medicines that address the rapid rise of chronic diseases in the country. Uganda becomes the fifth country to launch Novartis Access.
Among the many Syrians uprooted by armed conflict are thousands of people with chronic conditions – such as diabetes and heart disease - whose treatment was disrupted when they fled.
Public health expert Richard Laing discusses how independent measurement of access programs can help ensure their success
Novartis reaches agreement with Pakistan to increase access to medicines that address the rapid rise of chronic illness among poor people in the world's sixth most populous nation.
Harald Nusser, Head of Novartis Social Business, explains why educating young people is key to fighting chronic disease in South-East Asia.
Harald Nusser, Head of Novartis Social Business, talks about how the pharmaceutical industry can work with partners to overcome access issues in poor countries.
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