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This medical industry feature, titled “Research in IBD: A Company’s Commitment to Delivering Scientific Breakthroughs” is sponsored by Pfizer Medical Affairs.
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Pfizer has FDA approved treatments in IBD.
In advancing innovative discoveries in medicine, Pfizer is committed to delivering scientific breakthroughs to improve the lives of people living with IBD, by leading in science and research.
As pioneers in the IBD space with scientific exploration into monoclonal antibodies and JAK inhibitors, we continue to leverage our history in drug development as we strive to advance the science behind treatments for IBD with investigations that fuel innovation, such as research on S1P receptor modulation.
Our support of research and education demonstrates our commitment to gastroenterology, including IBD patient care and outcomes.
Since 2019, we have extended over 350 grants globally in gastroenterology and have supported >25 clinical IBD fellowships.
Partnerships are important in meeting our commitment to the GI community and patients with IBD beyond medical therapy.
We support patient-centered healthcare initiatives through collaborations with and medical sponsorships of patient organizations and professional societies.
We stay committed to continuously identify factors and implement initiatives to help improve health equity and healthcare access for patients living with IBD.
Our dedication expands to empowering the IBD community to better understand factors that could impact mental health, prevent or reduce comorbidities, and improve the shared decision-making process.
Explore our transformative journey as we strive to advance the science behind treatments for patients with IBD.
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