Living With Lung Cancer: Jill & Ivy

Jill Feldman & Ivy Elkins are contributors and advocates on Both women have been living with lung cancer for many years.

FREE WEBINAR DOWNLOAD: Capturing Patients’ Attention in a Multi-Device Landscape

People living with chronic conditions are gravitating more towards streaming services than cable TV because of the desire to watch on their own terms. When considering where to spend your pharma marketing dollars, does your strategy account for these changing habits?

Living With Macular Degeneration: Cora Lyn S

Cora Lyn Sears talks about diagnosis and treatment for macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in the U.S.

Living With COPD: Michelle V

For Michelle Vincent, receiving a diagnosis of COPD at the age of 42 completely changed her world.

Living With Psoriasis: Chris P

In this episode of the Living With podcast, Chris shares how he became more educated and began to advocate for himself and others living with psoriasis. As Chris said, “it’s a full body disease, not just a skin condition.”

WHITEPAPER: Patient Interest and Participation in Clinical Trials: What Really Matters

What patient characteristics really influence interest – and more importantly, participation – in clinical research? To help answer this question, Health Union compiled data from more than 21,000 respondents across six surveys conducted in 2014 and 2015 to examine factors involved in patients’ interest and participation in clinical research.

Living With: An interview with Scott M

In this episode of the Living With podcast, Health Union advocate Scott Matheny talks about his efforts to raise awareness and encourage men to take a proactive approach to their own health and well-being.

HCP satisfaction and psoriasis control are greater with biologics, so what’s the barrier?

Psoriasis In America 2019, a Health Union survey of 1,211 people diagnosed with psoriasis, aimed to uncover the intricacies of living with psoriasis including navigating treatment decisions and managing their overall health and wellness. The survey findings reveal a shift to greater use of biologics and small molecule medications and shed light on the barriers that still exist for many patients when it comes to considering these types of treatment options.

Living With Parkinson’s Disease: Dan G

Dan Glass was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at the age of 45, and he shares his experiences of his diagnosis, what it’s like to live with the condition, how PD has affected his life, and the importance of his support network.

Living With Migraine: Lisa B advocate Lisa Benson is passionate about raising awareness of migraine, since she went undiagnosed for over 20 years.