Thailand’s uniqueness is linked to its ability to adapt, to integrate without internalising, and never taking up a frontal position.
India lags behind the world when it comes to the tag of being a ‘healthy’ nation, with healthcare accounting for only 0.9 per cent of national GDP as against 12 per cent by G7 countries. Health as a topic has never been centre-stage in the larger discussions on the country’s progress and growth.
Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) is a life-threatening, degenerative disease that severely compromises the function of both the pulmonary (lung) and cardiovascular (heart) systems. Despite current treatment options in PAH offering improvements in symptom control and quality of life factors, there continue to be significant challenges that compromise the effective management of this progressive and debilitating condition.
While 90% of Urban Malaysians say they have no major health issues, almost half (48%) suffer from some minor health issues.
As an increasing number of drugs gain approval for patients whose cancers have certain molecular characteristics, the promise of truly personalised medicine is edging closer towards reality.
This briefing pack summarises Ipsos research on public attitudes in Europe during 2015.
A recent survey on Chinese outbound tourism showed that more than a third of Chinese tourists considered travel as important as love and marriage, family wealth, career development, learning and education, healthcare, and child growth.
This study looks at awareness and perceptions of Pneumonia among the 50+ population in nine European markets.
Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis, or NASH, is a liver disease characterized by rising prevalence, low diagnosis and a lack of therapies approved for treatment. All of these factors combine to make NASH a priority for the healthcare industry – and, potentially, a multi-billion-dollar market. Accordingly, the race is now on among several pharma companies to develop the first effective pharmacotherapy to treat NASH.
Barack Obama’s approval rating is at 48% this week on the last Ipsos/Reuters Poll : Core Political Approval