We were born to end patients’ suffering.
To extend life and improve its quality.
That’s why in the 70s, when infectious diseases passed from person to person, we didn’t rest.
In the 80s, when a needle and syringe was the only option for insulin injection, we didn’t rest.
In the 90s, when contracting HIV was a death sentence, we didn’t rest.
In the 2000s, when killing cancer cells damaged healthy cells too, we didn’t rest.
And right now, after decades of tireless medical innovation, we still won’t rest.
Until new treatments stop Alzheimer’s disease in its tracks and gene therapies relieve or even cure haemophilia B.
Until combination therapies keep lung cancer under control and blood cancer patients leave behind a lifetime of treatment.
Until antibacterial monoclonal antibodies slow antibiotic resistance and no one suffers or dies from a vaccine preventable disease.
Until everyone can live a longer and healthier life, we won’t rest.