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12 May 2023

How labs can help to reduce the burden of women’s diseases

The essential role of laboratories in removing stigmas surrounding STIs so that women can be better positioned in their own fertility journey.

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12 May 2023

The Battle to Eliminate the World’s Only Preventable Cancer

Cervical cancer is preventable but lack of awareness about the disease and access to screening have often been the main obstacle. We talk to experts from…

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12 May 2023

Why literacy can turn the tide on healthcare for women

Gender-based inequities in healthcare is a phenomenon a cross the world. Hear from Mridu Gupta, CEO of Cancer Awareness, Prevention and Early Detection (CAPED), as she…

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Placing the healthcare needs of women firmly in the spotlight

For too long, science has placed men in the forefront as the “default human”, leaving women overlooked and left behind. As a result, today, women are…

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2 January 2023

Thriving, Not Just Surviving – Life as a Cervical Cancer Screening Advocate

Kirsty Browne shares her passion for being a cervical cancer screening advocate and her journey through battling this disease.

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16 December 2022

Results vs Outcomes – Why improving patient experience is the key

What does it mean for a healthcare system to be truly patient-centric? Kevin Kirksey, speaker, author, and former Cardiac Care ICU patient, shares his story and…

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4 December 2022

Transforming Diagnostic Access: A Roadmap for ASEAN

Recommendations from the EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC) to continue advancing the case for the value of diagnostics.

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4 December 2022

Advancing Care for Women through Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control

Cervical cancer prevention and control presents a unique opportunity to reduce the disease burden and improve women’s empowerment and participation in the economy.

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15 November 2022

Strengthening Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases Elimination in Asia Pacific

The critical role of screening and diagnostics in patient care and addressing the public health threat that these diseases present, in India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and the…

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21 February 2024

Exploring inequities in women’s health and attitudes towards diagnostics

14 April 2023

For every woman, everywhere: Envisioning the future of women’s health

24 February 2023

Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in South-East Asia

21 October 2022

Cycling for Change: Man on a Mission

Noel Tan, a People & Organisational Growth consultant at Roche has always had a passion for teaching. Not only because he began his career as a…

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21 October 2022

Q&A on the Critical Role of Policymaking: Turning the Tide of the HIV epidemic

Dr Rattaphon Triamwichanon, senior expert of the National Health Security Office (NHSO) highlights the lessons learned and the critical role of policymaking in the elimination of…

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21 October 2022

Growing Our Understanding of the Global Impact of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia.2 What is Alzheimer’s Disease, and how can it affect people? Read this infographic to find out more.

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21 October 2022

Clinical Labs Take on Heart Failure with Gold Standard Testing

As with many types of cardiovascular disease, heart failure is a major challenge for healthcare systems everywhere. Here, we take a look at how clinical labs…

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21 October 2022

Early Diagnosis is Key to Tackle the Growing Alzheimer’s Crisis

Every three seconds, someone around the world develops Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Dementia (ADRD)

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21 October 2022

Ending Tuberculosis by 2025: Can India accelerate its progress?

As the government aims to eliminate the disease by 2025, Dr KS Sachdeva, the Regional Director at The UNION South East Asia, takes a closer look…

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21 October 2022

A Partnership of Equals: Engaging Patients to Revolutionise Healthcare

For more than 30 years, Dr Ratna Devi has been championing the cause of patients. In this interview, she sheds light on her experience as Director,…

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21 October 2022

Humanising Healthcare: Where Patients Come First

Considering the shifting landscape of healthcare in Asia Pacific, health literacy and equitable access to care are emerging as essential factors in patient-centric care. This article…

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21 October 2022

Recommendations to Reduce Asia Pacific’s Patient Engagement Deficit

While the ability to engage with the world of healthcare is determined by the availability, accessibility, and efficiency of healthcare systems and infrastructure; people’s willingness to…

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21 October 2022

Strengthening Healthcare Systems Through the Critical Role of Diagnostics

“Never waste a good crisis”. These words were first uttered nearly 100 years ago, and here we find ourselves in similar circumstances during the modern pandemic.…

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21 October 2022

The Role of Diagnostics in Better Managing the Liver Disease Patient Journey

High degree of unmet needs across the Liver Disease Continuum Late-stage HCC management is associated with higher cost (36%) & poor 5-year survival (5-10%).

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16 September 2022

Surviving a heart attack, living to tell my story

In this inspiring recount of his heart attack, Bernard Colombo, Region Head Roche Diagnostics Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America, shares his biggest learning and…

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16 September 2022

Diabetes and Heart Disease go Hand-in-Hand – Can Biomarkers Break this Bond?

Diagnostics is key to partnering patients better in their healthcare journey

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Diagram Dialogues

7 September 2022

Episode 8 – The future of patient engagement in Asia with Dr Ratna Devi and Rohit Sahgal

In Asia, patients are often left out of the healthcare decision making process. After attending a UN meeting and a patient congress and seeing how patient groups are doing advocacy work, Dr. Ratna Devi wanted to bring this back to the healthcare system of her home country, India. Dr Devi subsequently founded DakshamA Health, non-governmental organization that aims to empower patients...

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