To mark World Aid’s Day (1 December 2022), medical writer Maddy Crabbe discusses the challenges faced by HIV patients, particularly the risks associated with respiratory infections like non-tuberculous myobacteria-associated pulmonary disease.
In May 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a global initiative to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem,1 where all countries must reach and maintain an incidence rate of below four per 100,000 women. Cervical cancer is the fourth most common female cancer worldwide and one of the top three cancers to affect women younger than 45,1 with an estimated 604,000 new cases and 342,000 deaths in 2020.2
March is National MS awareness month and we have just completed our "MileStones in MS" programme, covering a range of key topics of interest around MS. Read about the difference it can make to keep the conversation around MS ongoing in our latest blog!
We will be exhibiting at MAPS 2022 for our first live event since 2020. Visit the team at booth #19 to find out more!
As the arsenal of available epilepsy therapies continues to grow, could more informed treatment choices lead to improved patient outcomes? We take a look at what future treatments might look like and why continued medical education is so crucial.
The start of a new year can be difficult for any number of reasons. We explore some simple adjustments to your day-to-day, which could help you get 2022 off on a positive footing!