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We are connected – to our clients, our industry, our regions, and to each other. We share a determined focus and unwavering passion for health care communications, joining strategy and insights with wise execution.

 

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We focus on the science and connect it to the economic and social narrative taking place across the globe. We partner with you to build your health value narrative, the foundation of clinical, economic and humanistic evidence for your new product.

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GHPR Co-Founder and Chair, John Seng, Receives Award from Progeria Research Foundation

GLOBALHealthPR, the world’s largest partnership of independent health and life-science communications agencies, today announced its co-founder and chair, John J. Seng, has been awarded the 2018 SAM (Science And Medicine) Award by The Progeria Research Foundation (PRF). Seng received the honor for his contributions towards finding the cause, treatment and cure for children with Progeria, a rare, fatal genetic condition of accelerated ageing in children. Seng accepted the recognition on Saturday, April 28, at PRF’s Night of Wonder bi-annual gala in Boston.

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GLOBALHealthPR Partners with F/NE, South Africa’s Leading Independent Health Communications Consultancy, Enhancing Network’s Capabilities in Africa

GLOBALHealthPR®, the largest independent health and science communications agency partnership worldwide, today welcomed Johannesburg-based F/NE to its rapidly expanding global network. Founded more than 18 years ago, F/NE has built an impressive reputation as the leading independent healthcare communications consultancy in South Africa, with an extended reach into Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Taking Medical Innovation For Granted

What do running water, electricity, and medical innovation all have in common?

They are all things we’ve been conditioned in the United States to expect, and as such, all things that we often take for granted.

It’s not news that the pharmaceutical industry has a messaging problem. At the ExL Pharma conference last week, a presenter shared survey results indicating that when asked about the industry’s last major medical breakthrough, many people cited the development of the polio vaccine. In case you don’t remember, the polio vaccine was developed more than 60 years ago!

The message is clear: people don’t recognize all the life-changing innovation that takes place in the pharmaceutical industry every day.

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