Pink October: Mastectomy and hair loss are treatment challenges
Kantar Brazil Insights, Oct 24, 2016
Psychological support of patients is essential in overcoming breast cancer.
Breast cancer still leads as most common cancer type
Kantar US Insights, Oct 20, 2016
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide, and is the most frequent cancer among women. In the US and the UK, breast cancer ranks the highest among all cancer types.
STADA Health Report 2016: Beauty makes you happy and doctors lose confidence
STADA Press Release, Oct 20, 2016
The STADA Health Report 2016 entitled "Consultation Health: What have body and mind to say" shows that many Germans money at the top of their wish list is - ahead of health.
Why Web-Connected Devices Are Vital
AdAge, Oct 19, 2016
More and more, consumers are connected digitally—and instantly—to their healthcare.
World Breast Cancer Day: Disease stats in Spain
Kantar Spain Insights, Oct 19, 2016
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide and is the most common type among women.
Pink October: increased survival rates and improvements in the treatment of breast cancer
Kantar Brazil Insights, Oct 18, 2016
Breast cancer is the most common type in Brazil, USA and the UK.
Kantar Health Unveils New Oncology Platform
ResearchLive, Oct 17, 2016
Kantar Health has launched a new oncology platform intended to allow healthcare companies to better understand drug opportunities.
Analysis: Digital health in China
HealthInvestor Asia, Oct 16, 2016
As traditional methods of targeting doctors become less effective and online usage within the healthcare community grows, it’s becoming increasingly important for pharmaceutical stakeholders to understand exactly how doctors consume information and communicate digitally.
Health activators lack confidence in primary healthcare
PMLiVE, Oct 11, 2016
Patients and healthcare consumers are turning to non-traditional health resources to bridge the gaps in primary healthcare systems that do not satisfactorily meet their health and wellness needs, according to a new report.
5.8% of Chinese adults suffer from depression
Kantar China Insights, Oct 10, 2016
The ratio is lowest among 10 countries monitored by Kantar Health.