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For over 165 years, Pfizer has discovered and developed medicines that have saved and improved the lives of millions of people. By helping to eradicate disease and treating illnesses, medicines have provided enormous value to society. Pfizer has long maintained that medicines provide tremendous value to individuals and society as a whole. We have captured that value in a series of concise, easy-to-access papers that detail the societal and economic value provided by medicines that treat various disease areas. The data we provide come from published, peer-reviewed studies and are complemented by real stories from patients who have benefited from medicines. We hope these will serve as a resource to those looking to quantify the value of medicines.

Our Value of Medicines Content

We have a collection of 24 Value of Medicines papers that span all of our therapeutic areas. Select from our newest papers below or browse through therapeutic area categories.

View our complete list of papers in alphabetical order.

 

Value of Medicines

Value of Medicines

体育投注正规网址The advent of pharmaceutical innovation has been a powerful contributor to living longer and better.

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Cardiovascular and metabolic diseases remain the number one cause of death worldwide.

Rare Disease

Rare Disease

Some rare diseases only affect a handful of patients, while others may affect millions of patients worldwide.

Vaccines and Infectious Diseases

Vaccines and Infectious Diseases

体育投注正规网址Vaccines are the single most important innovation in the science of health.

Inflammation & Immunology

Inflammation & Immunology

Inflammation is a critical response to potential danger signals and damage in organs in our body.

Oncology

Oncology

We want to transform the landscape of cancer treatment and significantly improve the lives of cancer patients worldwide.

General Value Topics

General Value Topics

Medicines can have a positive impact on people’s health, from the fast recovery of a bacterial infection to the reduction of cardiovascular disease.