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Online Counterfeit Medicines

People in the US, and around the globe, are increasingly falling victim to counterfeit drugs sold illegally online. The World Health Organization estimates that one million people die annually from taking fake or substandard medicines.

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Biologics vs. Biosimilars: Key Differences Explained

With the potential to offer targeted therapies and reduced side-effects, the drive towards biologics is exciting.

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Zinc Finger Transcription Factors: The On/Off Switch for Genes Inspired by Frogs

Zinc finger transcription technology could be the on/off switch for mutated genes, opening the door to improved ALS treatment.
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Making the COVID-19 Oral Treatment: How 2,000+ Pfizer Team Members Made It Happen

As the potential threat of COVID-19 became clear by early 2020, teams across Pfizer sprang into action. Together, they worked to better understand the novel virus.

Making the COVID-19 Oral Treatment

An Accord for a Healthier World

Where people live shouldn’t impact the quality of their healthcare and income shouldn’t determine health outcomes.

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We're Breaking New Ground for Patients

In 2021, we reached an estimated 1.4 billion patients with our medicines and vaccines. That’s more than one out of every six people on Earth. Never before has Pfizer’s patient impact been so wide-reaching.

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Your Guide to Raising the Bar on Kids’ Health Literacy

By helping children understand their health, they can make smarter choices that result in better outcomes. This downloadable eBook is designed to help you teach your child the basics about healthcare.

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While we continue to see the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic around the world, we’re committed to helping keep people safe and informed. 

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Pfizer RxPathways connects eligible patients to a range of assistance programs that offer insurance support, co-pay help, and medicines for free or at a savings. 

 

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Starting with Charles Pfizer inventing an almond-flavored antiparasite medicine in 1849, our people have always been innovators and trailblazers, committed to finding the next cure. 

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The medicines available today have taken an average of 12 years to develop. With dedication, creativity, and science, we can significantly cut that time.

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