Astellas Patient Advocacy

Astellas Patient Advocacy is a function within Corporate Affairs at Astellas that focuses on creating, building and maintaining third-party relationships. We serve as a conduit between Astellas and external stakeholders to help improve patient outcomes, improve access issues and address patients’ unmet needs head on.

Reimagine life with cancer, says CaLM approach to cancer care

Reimagine life with cancer, says CaLM approach to cancer care

A new model of person-centered cancer care promises to give patients and th ...
Lancet unveils global commission on heart disease in women

Lancet unveils global commission on heart disease in women

A new Lancet commission comprising global experts in cardiology aims to bri ...
Calls not to scale back PSA screening as prostate cancer rates fall

Calls not to scale back PSA screening as prostate cancer rates fall

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening has been credited in cutting the ...
ASCO’s top tips for social media patient advocacy

ASCO’s top tips for social media patient advocacy

Social media offers a wealth of opportunities for patient advocacy groups t ...
C3 Prize is back to help change cancer care

C3 Prize is back to help change cancer care

Entries are now open for the 2019 Astellas Oncology Changing Cancer Care (C ...
Tooth loss and gum disease linked to pancreatic cancer in black women

Tooth loss and gum disease linked to pancreatic cancer in black women

The claim Poorer oral health may contribute to a higher incidence of pancre ...
National effort to boost clinical trials awareness

National effort to boost clinical trials awareness

Successful drug development isn’t possible without successful clinical tr ...
How is the rise of health influencers changing patient advocacy groups?

How is the rise of health influencers changing patient advocacy groups?

Social media and the internet have given rise to a new breed of “health i ...
Huge database will speed journey to personalized medicine

Huge database will speed journey to personalized medicine

Almost 200,000 people have already signed up to a new research program that ...