Tackling rare disease is among the most challenging areas of science. But Seng Cheng, CSO of Pfizer’s Rare Disease Research Unit, is determined to use cutting-edge breakthroughs to bring “true relief” to patients with rare blood disorders. Listen here:
This #CCAwarenessWeek, we’re #TalkingUC to make #IBDVisible. In this video, UC advocate Brooke shares her advice for the newly diagnosed. Check out
During @ScienceWeek, our #manufacturing facility in Grange Castle, @Pfizer_Ireland hosted local students for a day of #innovation & fun.
Our Groton, CT site colleagues strive to make a difference in our patients lives. Come join our team today! Learn more at
How much do you know about #lungcancer? Part of #LCAM is educating yourself and those around you about this disease, which can affect anyone with lungs. Learn more here:
#RheumatoidArthritis (RA) advocate Angela hopes to help inspire others with a #chroniccondition like RA to live life to the fullest through her new photo-essay series. Check it out & follow along on her journey:
This #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth, we’re honoring Dr. Nduaka, and all those who champion the need for new treatment options for children living with #eczema. Learn more:
Caring for young children with #eczema can be challenging. This #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth, #ThankACaregiver for all they do.
Congrats to Dr. Charles Sawyers of @sloan_kettering, winner of the #STATSummit Biomedical #Innovation Award! Our Dr. Morrie Birnbaum presented this award from @statnews to a researcher who has helped define his field & make a lasting impact for #patients:
Today is the #GreatAmericanSmokeout – a great opportunity to quit smoking cigarettes along with thousands of other Americans. Quitting smoking is challenging, but getting help through counseling and medication can double your chances of a successful quit.