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Seven Years Out: The road to recovery from a stroke-like episode
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Seven Years Out: The road to recovery from a stroke-like episode

Randy loves to read, enjoy the outdoors, and spend time with his family. He enjoys going to the gym and took up aquatic therapy to exercise and make new friends. He’s come a long way since he experienced a car…


Measuring pancreatic cancer care in moments
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Measuring pancreatic cancer care in moments

Emad Abdelnaby, Senior Vice President, Oncology Franchise Head at Ipsen shares learnings from Dr. Maen Hussein of Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute about his approach to treating pancreatic cancer


Mighty bonds: Leaning on others living with FOP
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Mighty bonds: Leaning on others living with FOP

Carli and Erin, cross-country best friends, discuss how they’ve realized the importance of a strong support network of immediate family and friends, along with people who have a shared experience of living with FOP. Their connections have been key to…


Want better care? Show up like a boss.
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Want better care? Show up like a boss.

Liz Kalina, Vice President of North America Corporate Affairs and Patient Services at Ipsen reflects on an Ipsen-sponsored panel at SXSW® focused on the power in speaking up for yourself and Becoming the CEO of Your Health.


Shared decision-making: A true patient-centric approach to care
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Shared decision-making: A true patient-centric approach to care

Monia Vial, Senior Vice President, Franchise Head, Rare Disease Business Unit at Ipsen reflects on a conversation with Courageous Parents Network to educate Ipsen colleagues about shared decision-making and potential positive impacts when we better understand how patients, their care…