It is no secret that social media is an essential channel for expressing opinions and sharing facts. Depicted through visual representations and the written word, the world works fundamentally through online channels, without which we would be thrown back into a rudimentary and non-progressive lifestyle.
There are over 7,000 rare diseases described, affecting about 20-30 million people in the U.S. alone, according to the NIH. While each condition has its specificities, there are common challenges in the rare disease space, such as finding patients and leveraging centers of excellence and referral networks. This article discusses such challenges and how partnering with SAI’s subject matter experts can help overcome them.
Medical conference coverage requires both knowledge of the therapeutic area and the ability to synthesize key points from several individual sessions into nuanced, meaningful intelligence. At SAI, we compile the pertinent data presented at the conference, provide key takeaways from relevant presentations, and include meaningful summaries coupled with insights from KOLs and prominent experts in the field.
Immune effector cell (IEC) therapies, commonly referred as cell therapies, utilize human cells to cause or enhance an immune response against tumor cells. Following remarkable successes with several patients in the early 2010s – most notably, the case of Emily Whitehead, the first pediatric CAR-T patient, who recently celebrated 10 years of being cancer-free – IECs have become a key focus of investigations to help treat multiple types of cancer