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European Federation of Pharmaceutical industries and associations

EFPIA Newsletter 21 October 2021




The future of healthcare is systematic digitization and unification of data (Guest blog)
15 October 2021

Takeaways from The Value of Innovation conference Read more


Making the impossible, possible


Boehringer Ingelheim
Treatments once known for T2 diabetes are now making it possible to prevent heart failure, stroke and kidney disease,... Read more

Novel therapeutics are making recovering from blood cancers like BPDCN possible and could make it possible to treat... Read more




Global Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Conference
08 November 2021 (Virtual event)

Sustaining innovation and collaboration beyond the pandemic #FTPharma Read more

“Masterclass” Scaling Innovations Emerging from Public-Private Partnerships
26 October 2021 (Virtual event)

The Innovative Medicines Initiative is delighted to invite you to this virtual event. Read more

Investigating the syndemic threat of COVID-19 and chronic disease: The diabetes case
09 November 2021 (Virtual event)

Improved integration of care is the way forward to strengthen chronic disease management in emergencies and beyond Read more

Pandemic Prevention: how Europe can lead the fight against AMR
16 November 2021 (Virtual event)

The COVID-19 pandemic took the world by surprise. An AMR induced pandemic will not. Read more


What we are reading


Innovative Health Initiative reaches new milestone
On 21 October 2021 (EUHealthPPP)

The adoption of the European Parliament Report is a necessary milestone towards the establishment of the new Public-Private... Read more

EFPIA On Why More EU Drug Price Transparency Isn’t The Answer
On 15 October 2021 (Pink Sheet - paywall)

As discussions continue over the European Commission’s plans to overhaul the EU pharmaceutical legislation, the R&D-based... Read more

How France overcame vaccine hesitancy - and where Romania went wrong
On 08 September 2021 (Vaccines Today)

After a slow start, France boasts world-beating vaccine uptake. What happened?’ Read more