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Webinar: How Digital Health Can Empower Cancer Patients

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a report called “Global Cancer Observatory” which shows that in 2020, almost 20 million new cancer cases were reported worldwide, leading to almost 10 million deaths. The prevalence of cancer worldwide over a five-year period exceeds 50 million cases. According to the same report, by 2040, the number of new cancer cases per year is expected to reach 30.2 million, representing a 57% increase compared to 2020.

Cancer is a significant public health issue, and finding solutions to improve the chances of a cure and enhance the cancer care pathway will be crucial in the years to come. Cancer care is a specialized field that requires a high level of attention, monitoring, and personalization of care to address currently unmet medical needs.

The panel includes Brande Pearsons, who will share her patient story, Mario Lacouture, M.D., Oncologist, Sophie Opdyke, Senior Vice-President Marketing Oncology at Merck and will be animated by Lisa Kiblinger, NP-C, RN, CDCES, Medical Affairs Director at Aptar Digital Health.

In this webinar, you will :

  • Gather insights from patients and healthcare providers to better understand the oncology care pathway and unmet needs.
  • Learn from healthcare experts about the role of digital health in improving cancer patient experiences
  • Gain insights into how digital health can improve communication between patients & healthcare providers, help patients manage symptoms and side effects, and support them in their treatment journey
  • Contribute to the development of effective and efficient healthcare solutions for cancer patient

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