Pfizer Upjohn’s Ray On Changing The Grave Trajectory Of NCDs
Pfizer Upjohn’s Global President of R&D and Medical, Amrit Ray, discusses in a wide-ranging interview the need for tailored interventions to address the growing burden of non-communicable diseases and efforts around harnessing real world data. He also underscores the importance of investing in primary care and a primary health workforce against the backdrop of outbreaks such as coronavirus.
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