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|October 11, 2018 5:00 a.m.|
|Teva Draws on Patient Experience to Empower Those Living with Chronic Conditions|
Patient-centric website ‘Life Effects’ European launch sees expanded content featuring insights from European patients with chronic conditions
This online content initiative was created following extensive research
from 13,500 patients globally and is now being launched in
With content developed in collaboration with patients, Life Effects consists of articles, videos and podcasts that offer information, insight and inspiration to people suffering from one or more chronic condition, including MS, particularly focusing on the impact a condition has on a patient’s day-to-day life. By working with a core group of patients on an ongoing basis, who make direct contributions which are reviewed by experts, Life Effects offers a first-hand, credible perspective on what it’s like to live with a chronic condition. Together, these patients and Life Effects tell authentic stories, take a patient-centric look at the latest thinking, and offer practical tips and advice to make things a little easier.
Vice President of Medical Affairs at Teva Europe,
The European launch of Life Effects marks the website’s expansion outside the US and it now incorporates MS related content, reflected in the choice of announcing at ECTRIMS. The website also contains content on conditions including: asthma, depression and migraine.
The Life Effects team works with Healthline, the fastest growing
consumer health information site, and Panoply, a premium podcast network
which is part of
Vice President of Channels Strategy and Digital Content at Teva,
1. Edelman Intelligence 2018.
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