Overall cancer death rates have fallen in the United States

Overall cancer death rates have fallen in the United States

More people are surviving cancer than ever before in the United States, sho ...
Change Together reports on prostate cancer

Change Together reports on prostate cancer

In the US, prostate cancer is among the most common cancers in men, coming ...
Research rundown: blood mutations may be able to predict AML

Research rundown: blood mutations may be able to predict AML

The claim Genetic changes in the blood could make it possible to identify p ...
Astellas advocacy meeting discusses how to embed true shared decision making

Astellas advocacy meeting discusses how to embed true shared decision making

Shared decision making was the focus of a recent breakfast meeting for advo ...
Transparency of research results will increase participation in clinical trials

Transparency of research results will increase participation in clinical trials

Sharing research test results with trial volunteers could boost levels of t ...
Change Together reports on bladder health

Change Together reports on bladder health

Millions of Americans struggle with the impact of bladder ill-health every ...
Clinicians as decision-making navigators

Clinicians as decision-making navigators

Clinicians need to be ready and willing to help patients navigate their dec ...
Mind your language – the power of words in healthcare

Mind your language – the power of words in healthcare

Innovation isn’t always about new technologies and medicines – it can b ...
Barriers to women’s health in the United States

Barriers to women’s health in the United States

Women’s health in the United States needs to be better supported, accordi ...
Empowering people to make informed decisions about their health

Empowering people to make informed decisions about their health

The more people understand clinical research the more empowered they will f ...
How can patients be more involved in their treatment decision making?

How can patients be more involved in their treatment decision making?

Education is a big part of shared decision making (SDM) – but it’s by n ...
Astellas’ flagship cancer care award – the C3 Prize – back for third year

Astellas’ flagship cancer care award – the C3 Prize – back for third year

Non-treatment innovations aimed at improving cancer outcomes in the develop ...
More than 500 neurology medicines in development

More than 500 neurology medicines in development

More than 500 medicines for neurological disorders are currently in develop ...
Financial planning for cancer: staying afloat from hospital to home

Financial planning for cancer: staying afloat from hospital to home

Family Reach, Foundation for Financial Planning, and Financial Planning Ass ...
Thousands wear blue to bring men’s health to the public’s attention

Thousands wear blue to bring men’s health to the public’s attention

The best gift any man can give his family is his good health – that was t ...
Why collaboration is key to making medical progress

Why collaboration is key to making medical progress

When research suddenly leaps forward, patient and healthcare professional e ...
ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Working together to drive research, education and awareness

ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Working together to drive research, education and awareness

With four new therapies making their way to the previously arid treatment l ...
ASCO – bringing the patient voice to the medical community

ASCO – bringing the patient voice to the medical community

The patient voice has become ever more ingrained into all aspects of oncolo ...
How advocacy is placing the patient voice at the center of medical conferences

How advocacy is placing the patient voice at the center of medical conferences

Medical conferences have traditionally been the preserve of researchers, sc ...
Social media focus: AML World Awareness Day

Social media focus: AML World Awareness Day

The acute myeloid leukemia (AML) community came together in a flurry of soc ...
Research rundown: investigating the biological reason for prostate cancer disparity in African American men

Research rundown: investigating the biological reason for prostate cancer disparity in African American men

The claim African-American men are at a higher risk of being diagnosed with ...
Combining knowledge to ease the patient journey

Combining knowledge to ease the patient journey

From advocacy groups to physicians, caregivers to nurses, everyone is worki ...
Relaunched We Work For Health website reveals biopharmaceutical industry’s economic and community impact

Relaunched We Work For Health website reveals biopharmaceutical industry’s economic and community impact

A new website collates data on the industry’s economic and community impa ...
Research rundown: measuring fatigue in cancer survivors to improve quality of life

Research rundown: measuring fatigue in cancer survivors to improve quality of life

The claim Cancer survivors experience higher levels of fatigue even years a ...
Digital Sherpas guiding older patients to health literacy

Digital Sherpas guiding older patients to health literacy

A simple idea to enhance technology skills is having a massive impact on a ...
Do you

Do you “Know AML” – the world’s first global AML awareness initiative?

They may speak in different languages, have different professions and diffe ...
Research rundown: can trained transplant navigators help disadvantaged patients access life-saving treatment?

Research rundown: can trained transplant navigators help disadvantaged patients access life-saving treatment?

The claim Dedicated transplant coordinators may be able to improve access t ...
New hope for people with AML – an interview with Kathleen Weis, CEO of the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation

New hope for people with AML – an interview with Kathleen Weis, CEO of the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation

Don’t give up hope, because the chances of finding a cure for acute myelo ...
Bringing pharma together for the good of all patients – an interview with Dr. Gwen Nichols from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Bringing pharma together for the good of all patients – an interview with Dr. Gwen Nichols from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Now is a very promising time for people with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) a ...
Barbara Bush – the very definition of advocacy

Barbara Bush – the very definition of advocacy

Much-loved advocate, campaigner and former first lady Barbara Bush was lai ...
LIVE WEBINAR: Knowledge is power – using education and awareness to drive positive change for patients

LIVE WEBINAR: Knowledge is power – using education and awareness to drive positive change for patients

April 21 was acute myeloid leukemia (AML) World Awareness Day and to mark t ...
Change Together marking AML World Awareness Day by helping people to “Know AML”

Change Together marking AML World Awareness Day by helping people to “Know AML”

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is the most common form of acute leukemia in a ...
Lifting the veil on incontinence – an interview with Twila Yednock from The Simon Foundation for Continence

Lifting the veil on incontinence – an interview with Twila Yednock from The Simon Foundation for Continence

Looking back, Twila Yednock thinks she suffered from urge incontinence sinc ...
Daddy’s Boys – a new play tackling prostate cancer disparity in African-American men

Daddy’s Boys – a new play tackling prostate cancer disparity in African-American men

Thought provoking and emotive – a new play is offering up an entertaining ...
Research rundown: using nanorobots to seek and destroy cancer

Research rundown: using nanorobots to seek and destroy cancer

The claim Scientists have developed nanorobots that can shrink tumors by cu ...
Research rundown: how bucket lists can help healthcare decision making

Research rundown: how bucket lists can help healthcare decision making

The claim A “bucket list” can be a starting point to helping people wit ...
Research rundown: using supercomputers to personalize cancer treatment

Research rundown: using supercomputers to personalize cancer treatment

The claim  A mathematical model that predicts how cancers grow and how the ...
Tackling cancer-related financial toxicity to give patients a fair shot at beating cancer

Tackling cancer-related financial toxicity to give patients a fair shot at beating cancer

Meet Haley “My mom quit her job to care for me when I was diagnosed w ...
Working together to ensure the patient voice is heard throughout Astellas

Working together to ensure the patient voice is heard throughout Astellas

Improving health literacy and making clinical trial information easier to a ...
World Cancer Day: going beyond awareness to tackle inequity in cancer care

World Cancer Day: going beyond awareness to tackle inequity in cancer care

Cancer is a global problem, yet around 70% of deaths from the disease occur ...
Make sure your voice is heard this Rare Disease Day

Make sure your voice is heard this Rare Disease Day

If we all do just one thing to mark Rare Disease Day, we will be one step c ...
The RAISE Family Caregivers Act brings hope to millions of Americans

The RAISE Family Caregivers Act brings hope to millions of Americans

Collaboration and bipartisan support have culminated in hope for the 90 mil ...
How prostate cancer education benefits the whole community – an interview with Ana Fadich of Men’s Health Network

How prostate cancer education benefits the whole community – an interview with Ana Fadich of Men’s Health Network

Hundreds of men have attended educational talks as part of a program of pro ...
Research rundown: improving quality of life for people with rare diseases

Research rundown: improving quality of life for people with rare diseases

The claim Support and advocacy groups could significantly increase quality ...
Social media focus: Getting America talking about bladder health

Social media focus: Getting America talking about bladder health

November was Bladder Health Month, an initiative launched by the Bladder He ...
Research rundown: turning your smartphone into a microscope

Research rundown: turning your smartphone into a microscope

The claim Scientists have released an open-source how-to guide which will a ...
The challenges and opportunities for advocacy groups working together

The challenges and opportunities for advocacy groups working together

The opinions expressed in this webinar are those of the guest panelists and ...
Helping pediatric cancer patients stay active and informed – an interview with C3 Grand Prize Winner Hernâni Oliveira

Helping pediatric cancer patients stay active and informed – an interview with C3 Grand Prize Winner Hernâni Oliveira

Developing the HOPE PROJECT to help children with cancer stay active and in ...
The power of collaboration for improving patient care

The power of collaboration for improving patient care

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest panelists and ...
ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Driving positive change for patients through collaboration and education

ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Driving positive change for patients through collaboration and education

The opinions expressed in this webinar are those of the guest panelists and ...
Research rundown: How to get patients to share electronic health records

Research rundown: How to get patients to share electronic health records

The claim  Healthcare professionals need to address patients’ privacy co ...
2017 in review: stories of inspiration

2017 in review: stories of inspiration

From hiking in the dark to changing laws, it’s been a fantastic year for ...
The Astellas C3 Prize – going beyond treatment to address real unmet needs for patients living with cancer

The Astellas C3 Prize – going beyond treatment to address real unmet needs for patients living with cancer

Cancer rates are growing at an alarming pace around the world, with the lat ...
Research rundown: survey of older US adults shows few speaking to their doctor about possible drug interactions

Research rundown: survey of older US adults shows few speaking to their doctor about possible drug interactions

The claim Only a third of older Americans who take at least one prescriptio ...
To pee or not to pee – an update on Astellas’ Stop Stalling initiative and Peehavior Survey

To pee or not to pee – an update on Astellas’ Stop Stalling initiative and Peehavior Survey

Fewer than 13% of women affected with the urgency, frequency and leakage as ...
Improving physician education for better patient care in bladder health

Improving physician education for better patient care in bladder health

Supporting and educating patients is a shared objective among patient advoc ...
The role of health policy in safeguarding women’s health

The role of health policy in safeguarding women’s health

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest contributors ...
Research rundown: scientists a step closer to developing better medicines for chronic bladder conditions

Research rundown: scientists a step closer to developing better medicines for chronic bladder conditions

The claim Scientists are closer to understanding the development of chronic ...
LIVE WEBINAR: Driving positive change for patients through collaboration and education

LIVE WEBINAR: Driving positive change for patients through collaboration and education

Throughout November, Change Together is sharing stories from advocacy group ...
Working together for better awareness of bladder health – an interview with Jessica Bateman of the Urology Care Foundation

Working together for better awareness of bladder health – an interview with Jessica Bateman of the Urology Care Foundation

The Bladder Health Alliance (BHA) is a coalition of more than 30 patient an ...
We’re shining a light on bladder health this November

We’re shining a light on bladder health this November

Despite an estimated one-third of American adults aged 40 and over reportin ...
Giving advocacy groups a platform to engage – the 2017 BIO Patient & Health Advocacy Summit

Giving advocacy groups a platform to engage – the 2017 BIO Patient & Health Advocacy Summit

Patients’ access to new medicines and cutting-edge drug research developm ...
Research rundown: Clinical trial discussion should be part of standard of care

Research rundown: Clinical trial discussion should be part of standard of care

The objective To gauge public opinion of whether clinical trials should be ...
Managing the practical side of prostate cancer

Managing the practical side of prostate cancer

A diagnosis of cancer is hard to deal with for anyone. Questions arise abou ...
Research rundown: digestible capsules could solve poor medication adherence

Research rundown: digestible capsules could solve poor medication adherence

The claim New hydrogel-based capsules that remain in the gastrointestinal t ...
Research rundown: poor health literacy can lead to more emergency department visits

Research rundown: poor health literacy can lead to more emergency department visits

The claim Poor health literacy increases the risk of preventable emergency ...
ProgressForPatients.org: equipping advocates with the knowledge and tools to instigate change

ProgressForPatients.org: equipping advocates with the knowledge and tools to instigate change

Understanding patient needs is crucial to the advancement of more patient-c ...
Improving health literacy for better patient outcomes

Improving health literacy for better patient outcomes

Understanding today’s medicines, with their complex modes of action and p ...
Every man counts in the fight against prostate cancer

Every man counts in the fight against prostate cancer

Since 1996, ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, has been hard at work tryi ...
Celebrating success to educate – Us TOO's plans for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month 2017

Celebrating success to educate – Us TOO’s plans for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month 2017

Established in 1990, Us TOO International is a nonprofit focused on providi ...
Empowering women to educate themselves about heart disease

Empowering women to educate themselves about heart disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the U.S.1 Until ...
Education key to improving prostate health among African-American men

Education key to improving prostate health among African-American men

Founded in 2003, the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) has long advo ...
The power of connection in the lung cancer community

The power of connection in the lung cancer community

Making connections and finding support is crucial for anyone diagnosed with ...
Research rundown: 3D printing transforming healthcare

Research rundown: 3D printing transforming healthcare

The claim Three-dimensional printing is transforming healthcare by providin ...
Evolving to meet the growing need for transplant support

Evolving to meet the growing need for transplant support

Despite advances in medical technology and awareness about transplantation, ...
Elevating the patient voice: the 2017 BIO Patient Advocacy Pavilion

Elevating the patient voice: the 2017 BIO Patient Advocacy Pavilion

The growing interest in patient advocacy from the biotechnology industry wa ...
Research rundown: electronic patient recorded outcomes can improve cancer survival

Research rundown: electronic patient recorded outcomes can improve cancer survival

The claim Integrating patient recorded outcomes (PROs) into routine oncolog ...
Patient-reported outcomes and where patient advocacy groups can help

Patient-reported outcomes and where patient advocacy groups can help

As healthcare becomes more patient-centric and value-based – demanding a ...
Shared decision making: identifying patient values and improving doctor dialogue

Shared decision making: identifying patient values and improving doctor dialogue

Putting patients at the heart of healthcare is increasingly critical as the ...
A clinical trial journey from cancer patient to survivor

A clinical trial journey from cancer patient to survivor

Please note that this article describes the personal story of Roberta Aberl ...
Facilitating better treatment of overactive bladder through shared decision making

Facilitating better treatment of overactive bladder through shared decision making

A staggering 33 million people in the U.S. alone1 – around 16% of the nat ...
Cancer care is improving – but new therapies still need funding

Cancer care is improving – but new therapies still need funding

Between 1975 and 2013, the percentage of U.S. citizens surviving their canc ...
Amplifying the patient voice to improve healthcare quality

Amplifying the patient voice to improve healthcare quality

How do we capture the patient voice to shape the future of care in the U.S. ...
Reflections from an advocate: ASCO 2017

Reflections from an advocate: ASCO 2017

Every year the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) brings together ...
Be inspired once more: the Astellas Oncology C3 Prize returns for a second year

Be inspired once more: the Astellas Oncology C3 Prize returns for a second year

Although patients today can access more resources and tools than ever befor ...
New Advocacy Hub format brings advocates and professionals closer than ever before

New Advocacy Hub format brings advocates and professionals closer than ever before

Every spring, the Urology Care Foundation hosts its own ‘Patient Advocacy ...
Starting the conversation about women's pelvic health

Starting the conversation about women’s pelvic health

In 2007, the total economic cost of overactive bladder (OAB) in the U.S. al ...
Time to save clinical research?

Time to save clinical research?

Clinical trials are the driving force behind developing new medicines and m ...
It's time to talk about men’s health

It’s time to talk about men’s health

Despite huge progress in patient advocacy and awareness programs, men’s h ...
Research rundown: new test could help determine a cancer’s origin quicker than traditional techniques

Research rundown: new test could help determine a cancer’s origin quicker than traditional techniques

A newly discovered clue in blood could help detect both tumor cells and the ...
Clinical trials drive scientific breakthroughs – but not without volunteers

Clinical trials drive scientific breakthroughs – but not without volunteers

Clinical trials are a vital component in the discovery and development of n ...
The importance of patients in the development of new medicines

The importance of patients in the development of new medicines

As our knowledge of the way the human body works in a normal and disease st ...
Overactive bladder: A patient’s perspective

Overactive bladder: A patient’s perspective

Please note that this article describes the personal story of Cheryl Stein ...
Patient story: from cancer survivor to advocate

Patient story: from cancer survivor to advocate

I didn’t wake up one day and say to myself: “Today I will be an advocat ...
Research rundown: lab on a chip technology could revolutionize disease diagnosis and clinical research

Research rundown: lab on a chip technology could revolutionize disease diagnosis and clinical research

The claim A group of researchers at the Stanford University School of Medic ...
The Transplant Recipients International Organization (TRIO) post-cancer transplant website

The Transplant Recipients International Organization (TRIO) post-cancer transplant website

Background TRIO is a nonprofit international support organization for the e ...
Upcoming patient-focused sarcopenia meeting will let patients inform the development of new medicines

Upcoming patient-focused sarcopenia meeting will let patients inform the development of new medicines

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is conducting a series of Patie ...
Research rundown: conditional cell reprogramming has the potential to change medicine and research

Research rundown: conditional cell reprogramming has the potential to change medicine and research

The claim A new technique of cell culturing could revolutionize healthcare. ...
Bernie Zeiher, Astellas President of Development, discusses the importance of biomarkers

Bernie Zeiher, Astellas President of Development, discusses the importance of biomarkers

Dr. Bernie Zeiher, Astellas President of Development, explains in a new ser ...
Improving clinical trial accrual: Malecare’s journey from local support group to advocacy leader

Improving clinical trial accrual: Malecare’s journey from local support group to advocacy leader

Less than 5% of eligible cancer patients take advantage of the treatment op ...
Encouraging collaboration to speed up the discovery of new treatments

Encouraging collaboration to speed up the discovery of new treatments

In 2009, FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute dedicated to speedin ...
Addressing psychosocial care in childhood cancer

Addressing psychosocial care in childhood cancer

Guidance around childhood cancer must address both the biomedical and psych ...
Be active – in every sense – and support World Cancer Day 2017

Be active – in every sense – and support World Cancer Day 2017

Despite major advances made in cancer care over the past decade, the number ...
11th Annual Aspen Summit for Life breaks fundraising record

11th Annual Aspen Summit for Life breaks fundraising record

On Dec. 2 and 3, the Chris Klug Foundation hosted its 11th Annual Aspen Sum ...
Facilitating decision making for better, more informed patient choices

Facilitating decision making for better, more informed patient choices

Making decisions is a process everyone goes through every day of their live ...
The importance of going beyond the medicine in healthcare

The importance of going beyond the medicine in healthcare

When the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network conducted a national ...
Bernie Zeiher, Astellas President of Development, on his unwavering optimism for the future of medicine

Bernie Zeiher, Astellas President of Development, on his unwavering optimism for the future of medicine

When Astellas’ President of Global Development, Dr. Bernie Zeiher, was in ...
Stop stalling on overactive bladder

Stop stalling on overactive bladder

November is Bladder Health Awareness Month and Astellas is taking part by i ...
‘Flip Out’ for lung cancer awareness month

‘Flip Out’ for lung cancer awareness month

Lung cancer claims more lives in the U.S. every year than breast, prostate ...
Breaking the stigma of bladder health issues

Breaking the stigma of bladder health issues

Bladder health issues affect millions of people worldwide and include a ran ...
Changing the face of cancer care – an interview with Diane Jooris, co-founder of Oncomfort, the C3 Grand Prize Winner

Changing the face of cancer care – an interview with Diane Jooris, co-founder of Oncomfort, the C3 Grand Prize Winner

On Oct. 7, 2016, Astellas announced the winners of its inaugural C³ Prize ...
Tackling the growing burden of breast cancer in young women

Tackling the growing burden of breast cancer in young women

Breast cancer is an increasing concern for young American women, affecting ...
Astellas Oncology uses C3 Prize to look beyond treatments in fostering innovation in cancer care

Astellas Oncology uses C3 Prize to look beyond treatments in fostering innovation in cancer care

Three ideas from around the world address anxiety management, online patien ...
Understanding the cancer patient journey

Understanding the cancer patient journey

Despite a record 15.5 million cancer survivors in the U.S.1 – a number ex ...
Addressing the issue of patient treatment access in Latin America

Addressing the issue of patient treatment access in Latin America

The Global Alliance for Patient Access (GAfPA) is the international arm of ...
ZERO unveils Faces of Hope campaign to end prostate cancer

ZERO unveils Faces of Hope campaign to end prostate cancer

“Most people don’t know that a watershed moment for prostate cancer was ...
Horizon scanning in prostate cancer care

Horizon scanning in prostate cancer care

The field of oncology is experiencing a time of excitement and innovation w ...
Social media focus: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month 2016

Social media focus: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month 2016

September was Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (PCAM), an initiative launche ...
Changing the way Astellas works with patients through the Early-Stage Pipeline ‘Playbook’

Changing the way Astellas works with patients through the Early-Stage Pipeline ‘Playbook’

Astellas has taken a significant stride to formalize the way in which it bu ...
Research rundown: new techniques improving the screening and diagnosis of prostate cancer

Research rundown: new techniques improving the screening and diagnosis of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men in the U.S.1 As a ...
Research rundown: new study identifies potential method to monitor transplant health

Research rundown: new study identifies potential method to monitor transplant health

The claim A Cornell graduate student has developed a potential new method o ...
Eliminating disparity in prostate cancer – an interview with Thomas A. Farrington of the Prostate Health Education Network

Eliminating disparity in prostate cancer – an interview with Thomas A. Farrington of the Prostate Health Education Network

The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) was founded in 2003 by Thomas ...
Spotlight on SMA Awareness Month

Spotlight on SMA Awareness Month

Each August, the spinal muscular atrophy community marks SMA Awareness Mont ...
Research rundown: artificial intelligence could revolutionize medicine

Research rundown: artificial intelligence could revolutionize medicine

The claim Artificial Intelligence (AI) could lead to an era of precision me ...
Breaking down barriers in men’s health

Breaking down barriers in men’s health

Founded in 1992, Men’s Health Network (MHN) was the initiator of a weeklo ...
Transplant Games of America continue to inspire with record-breaking event

Transplant Games of America continue to inspire with record-breaking event

From June 10–15, the Donate Life Transplant Games of America (TGA), a mul ...
To advocate, educate and inspire – an interview with Lauren Pierce of the Chris Klug Foundation

To advocate, educate and inspire – an interview with Lauren Pierce of the Chris Klug Foundation

Founded in 2003 by former professional snowboarder Chris Klug, the Chris Kl ...
Transforming cancer care

Transforming cancer care

What if you could transform the lives of those living with cancer with one ...
Expert panel helps patient advocates improve online engagement on sensitive topics

Expert panel helps patient advocates improve online engagement on sensitive topics

Patient advocates who attended the 2016 American Urological Association (AU ...
Largest patient advocacy hub to date highlights issues in prostate screening, clinical trial access and overactive bladder syndrome

Largest patient advocacy hub to date highlights issues in prostate screening, clinical trial access and overactive bladder syndrome

The Urology Care Foundation’s “Patient Advocacy Hub” is held every ye ...
Astellas and patient advocates discuss best practices for patient involvement in clinical trials

Astellas and patient advocates discuss best practices for patient involvement in clinical trials

Research shows that patient involvement in biomedical research results in e ...
ASCO flies the flag for patient advocacy at its annual meeting

ASCO flies the flag for patient advocacy at its annual meeting

The echoes from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual mee ...
ASCO: A leap forward for patient advocacy

ASCO: A leap forward for patient advocacy

Wendy Selig, founder and CEO of WS Collaborative, says this year’s Americ ...
Patient insight into peripheral neuropathy aids drug research

Patient insight into peripheral neuropathy aids drug research

A patient’s personal insight into their life with peripheral neuropathy r ...
FDA announces first ever patient meeting in organ transplantation

FDA announces first ever patient meeting in organ transplantation

This fall, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will host its first ...
Patient story: advocacy support in the prostate cancer patient journey

Patient story: advocacy support in the prostate cancer patient journey

The following testimonies are based on conversations and online diaries fro ...
Assessing your overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms

Assessing your overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms

Use this diary to help keep track of your bladder habits. ...
Early detection of heart disease brochure

Early detection of heart disease brochure

You may not be thinking about heart disease because you aren’t experienc ...
We’re Change Together

We’re Change Together

At Astellas, our mission is to contribute towards improving the health of p ...
Second annual patient summit promotes collaboration to improve patient care

Second annual patient summit promotes collaboration to improve patient care

Astellas is excited to host its second annual patient advocacy summit in Wa ...
Transforming cardiovascular disease through collaboration

Transforming cardiovascular disease through collaboration

Stronger collaboration > improved patient outcomes ...
Step therapy

Step therapy

What is step therapy and how does it impact patient care? Find out more abo ...
Spotlight on Cure SMA

Spotlight on Cure SMA

Despite the numerous challenges of bringing a new rare disease treatment th ...
It’s time to speak up about your bladder symptoms

It’s time to speak up about your bladder symptoms

If you are experiencing symptoms of urgency, frequency, and leakage, you ar ...
What the doctor ordered

What the doctor ordered

A guide to understanding your doctor’s prescription decisions. ...
Patient stress test guide

Patient stress test guide

You will be undergoing a cardiac nuclear stress test.* It’s a very commo ...
About coronary artery disease

About coronary artery disease

Coronary artery disease (CAD) occurs when the arteries that supply blood an ...
Patient story: Edward Drake

Patient story: Edward Drake

Edward Drake’s world turned upside down when he was unexpectedly diagnose ...