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August 9, 2011

Adapting to China’s Changing Health Care Market

China’s health care industry is starting to boom: Increasing government investments in R&D and a growing number of life-science PhDs staying to work in the country’s biotech field mean China is well-positioned to supply its own market with medicine. How can global companies use CSR to respond to the competition?


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May 23, 2011

The Future of Nanotechnology for Pharma

#Healthcare #Stakeholder Engagement #Sustainability Management

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May 10, 2011

Using CSR to Enter New Markets

With more leading companies using CSR strategies to support growth in new markets, BSR recommends an approach that allows the company to focus on core business objectives, invest in local infrastructure, and use information collected in the field to adapt its global business strategy.


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April 13, 2011

Novo Nordisk’s Blueprint for Changing Diabetes in China

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of blog case studies that look at the sustainability challenges and successes at different pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. For each case study, we’re interviewing a company practitioner to get an insider’s perspective.


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November 30, 2010

Universal Access to HIV Services: A Promise Yet to Be Realized

More than 20 years after the first World AIDS Day on December 1, 1988, the theme for this year's observance—"Universal Access and Human Rights"—is a sobering reminder of the challenges that characterize the fight against this epidemic.


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September 14, 2010

Access to Medicine: From Philanthropy to Marketplace

With millions of people worldwide lacking access to essential medications, the pharmaceuticals industry can help address this public health challenge through innovations in products and services, distribution and pricing strategies, and cross-sector partnerships.


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