Science Will Win
Science Will Win is a podcast that takes listeners under the microscope of some the most promising medical innovations, exploring therapies which have the potential to shape the future of healthcare and offer new hope to patients around the world. Through conversations with a diverse line-up of guests, including scientists and experts, patient advocates and, most importantly, patients themselves, each miniseries will focus on a unique healthcare challenge, diving into the fascinating science, policy challenges and potential to transform patients’ lives for the better.
The Antigen podcast goes behind the science of vaccines. We start with the basic science, review vaccine history, explore the many facets of their global impact (including COVID-19), and the public sentiment about vaccines around the world. Hear from leading experts about the past, present, and future of this important innovation, as well as people whose families have been impacted by vaccine-preventable diseases.
Diverse Perspectives is a series of short, one-to-one interviews with thought leaders who are pioneering change across a variety of industries. From applying simplicity principles at work to delivering medicines by drone, host Angela Hwang of Pfizer invites guests to share their ‘innovation mindset’ and what motivates them to create positive change in the world.
Menopause: unmuted is a podcast series exploring first-hand experiences of this life stage. Honest, hopeful and life affirming, the podcast features women talking candidly about their menopause, and its impact on relationships, friends, family, and work. For some women menopause can be tough, and for others it’s a time of liberation. Each episode shares deeply personal accounts of the different emotional and physical symptoms experienced. Often funny, always forthright, these women offer us inspiration and insight.
Hemcast is a podcast series designed to keep clinical care teams, patients, and members of the public informed regarding scientific, technological, and clinical advances in hemophilia.